Green Open Homes Network

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= "The Green Open Homes network aims to support low-carbon open homes events across the country through free resources and advice".

URL = http://www.greenopenhomes.net/about


Description

"A Green Open Homes event is an opportunity to ask a neighbour about an energy saving improvment that they’ve made, and see if it might work for you. On an event day, people who have made energy saving improvements open up their homes to share their experiences. Visiting a home is a great way to find out about the reality of getting solar panels, insulation, triple glazing, or new heating options without talking to a salesman. You can have a good look at the technology, ask the residents whether the installation was a hassle, and find out much they’re really saving on their energy bills as a result.

Some events feature half a dozen homes, others up to 40 or more. They are characterised by a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, candid discussions about home improvements and a sharing of experiences and advice. The best of them come with a generous helping of community spirit and – on occasions – tea and cake.

This site is aimed at existing and potential organisers of green open homes events and at people who want to visit a green open home." (http://www.greenopenhomes.net/about)