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The CHEESE response to goverment consultation on 'building a market for energy efficiency'
February 2018The government department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) issued a public consultation in October 2017, appealing for views on to build a market for energy efficiency. Susan Nicholls and Michael Alford Andrews of the CHEESE project compiled evidence and submitted a response, which we have published below. For reference, the consultation document can be accessed here (PDF). Contents Background: The value of thermal imaging as a tool to incentivise energy efficiency Q1....
Further funding successes
November 2017We are pleased to announce two further funding successes that will support us in delivering phase three of the project this winter. We were awarded £5,000 by the Megawatt Community Energy Fund. The fund was setup to distribute profits of the Bristol Energy Cooperative and is managed by the Quartet Community Foundation. It was a very competitive round, with many fantastic organisations, so we are very pleased to have received the money and the recognition and support of the wider community....
Success at the The Funding Network evening
We are delighted to have received encouraging support from the members of The Funding Network (Bristol) at a live funding evening at TLT LLP solicitors on 12th October. Mike Andrews made a six-minute presentation, supported by Green Party Councillor Jerome Thomas and CHEESE members, and we were rewarded with personal funding bids totalling £5,000. This money will make a valuable contribution to our operations this winter.