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Sue Nicholls’ contribution to The CHEESE Project

Sue Nicholls, a director and founder of the CHEESE project has died in November this year after a most courageous battle with cancer. Sue played a most important role in the founding of the CHEESE Project, by obtaining funds through the Bishopston, Cotham and Redland (BCR) energy group, and she remained a constant enthusiast and help in our work right up to when she attended our last Directors' meeting. We will always be in her debt for her commitment to energy saving, and steadfast support... read more »

CHEESE and Bristol Green Capital Partnership

The C.H.E.E.S.E Project is a member of the Bristol Green Capital Partnership, which has 850+ member organisations who have committed to working towards Bristol becoming a sustainable city with a high-quality of life for all. Our survey manager, Maddy Longhurst, has written this month's guest blog 'Colours Cut Carbon – How thermal imaging ensures not a penny is wasted in home retrofit and repair', read it here Bristol Green Capital Partnership, which has 850+ member organisations who have... read more »

Time to think about winter...

A third of our heating in the UK is wasted – we heat buildings and rooms we don’t use, and our buildings leak. One degree down is estimated to save you 8% of your bill, so worth doing on all fronts – most of us won’t even notice one degree… ‘Insulation before installation’ is the mantra – get the cheap and easy wins done first. Here are a few thoughts, old and new. Any companies linked in to this are as examples, not direct recommendations. Get out your bills from the last year and sit your... read more »