Open Eco Homes Launch Event

10 June 2011
7:30 pmto10:00 pm

St Luke’s Centre, Victoria Road,
Cambridge CB4 3DZ

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Eco Renovation Question Time

We are celebrating Open Eco Homes 2011 with an exciting event
comprising a panel of local low energy homes’ experts.

• Ask – about making your home low energy, warm and comfortable
• View – the Open Eco Homes showcase and chat with home owners
• Browse - Low energy solutions stands

The eco experts panel:

• Mark Brinkley – Consultant and author of Housebuilder’s Bible
• Andy Brown – Engineer and sustainable housing consultant, CAR
• Anne Cooper – Sustainable architect, AC Architects
• Emma Davies – Senior Sustainability Officer, Cambridge City Council
• Andy Rankin – Renewable energy supplier, Midsummer Energy
• Nicola Terry – Eco home renovator and author of Energy and carbon
emissions: the way we live today

Chaired by Sian Reid – Leader of Cambridge City Council

• FREE admission
• Wine and soft drinks served
• Donations are welcome
:)
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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 Footprint
in 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.

 

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