Open Eco Homes 2011 – Low Energy Links

For Home and Building, Renewable Energy
and Travel and Transport see below

BBC – The economics of eco-living

Cambridge Carbon Footprint (CCF)

Carbon Conversations (CC)

CCF / CC Local Resource Guide

Carbon Trust

Energy and Carbon Emissions: the way we live today

Energy Saving Trust

Histon and Impington Climate Change Action (HICCA)

National Energy Foundation

Sustainable City

Sustainable Parish Energy Partnership (SPEP)

Transition Cambridge

Transition Culture

Home and Building

A C Architects

Association for Environment Conscious Building (AECB)

Cambridge Architectural Research (CAR)

Cambridge Woodworks

Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT)

Designed to Breathe

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)

Green House Project

Housebuilder’s Bible

Max Fordham

Mole Architects

Renewable Energy

East Green Energy

Microgeneration Certification Scheme

Midsummer Energy

Newman Farms

Travel and Transport

Buses – Cambridgeshire

Cambridge Cycling Campaign

Cycle Streets – Journey Planner

Hicar

Streetcar + Zipcar

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Home PageChoose HomesLaunch EventNews Room

AcknowledgementsLow Energy LinksLaunch Stands
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Open Eco Homes 2011 – Home page
Get an overview

Choose homes to visit
Case studies and cycle routes

Come to our Launch Event
Ask the experts ‘Question Time’

View Eco Poster and Leaflet
Please download for display or to share with friends and colleagues

After choosing homes call 0800 512 012 (the Energy Saving Trust)
Booking lines are open on Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Saturdays 9am-12 noon

Book guided tours at 10.30am, 12 noon, 2.00pm and 3.30pm
on Saturday 18th June and Sunday 26th June 2011

Donations invited with guideline of £2 per person per home 🙂
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Open Eco Homes 2011 is organised by Cambridge Carbon Footprintin association with the Energy Saving Trust and Cycle Streets 

Funding has been generously contributed by Sustainable City,
Sustainable Parish Energy Partnership and local businesses:
Ridgeons, Midsummer Energy, Mole and East Green Energy.