Renovating a House? Eco retrofit it.

Interested in the steps you could take to green your home? Ready for more detailed eco refurbishment advice? Looking for training or industry reports on eco retrofit?  You’ve come to the right place.

Latest Resources

Below are the latest resources to be added to the SuperHomes resource library. You can search for a specific type of resource or a particular subject by using the search filter on the right.

Ground Source Heat Pump Association

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The Ground Source Heat Pump Association provides information on Ground Source Heat Pumps via a telephone helpline and website and from time to time produces presentations to promote the industry to key audiences.

Green Gauge Trust

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Green Gauge’s mission is to mainstream the knowledge and skills for cost-effective low energy, low carbon buildings in the UK

Grand Designs Great British Refurb campaign

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Great British Refurb is a campaign to help you live in a low energy home that is cheaper to run, more comfortable to live in and massively reduces your carbon emissions. We want Government to help people finance green refurbishment in their homes and make it worthwhile.

Eco-refurbishment

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Eco-refurbishment is an independent consultancy that provides personal and practical advice to homeowners who want to green their home.

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Cottage Farm Organics

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SuperHomer Paul Sousek manages Cottage Farm Organics, an organic farm powered by renewables, delivering fresh organic beef & lamb boxes to your door “without costing the Earth”

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COIN

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COIN is a charity which directly engages the public about climate change. COIN inspires lasting changes in attitudes and behaviour through the use of innovative action learning methods and by assisting people to communicate their own messages to their peers.

ClimateX

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Oxfordshire ClimateXChange is a climate change engagement and action project led by the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University. It started in 2006 with the support of many partners across Oxfordshire, and now operates to engage and inspire action on climate change within specific sectors in Oxfordshire.

British Wind Energy Association

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Visit the British Wind Energy Association for more information on wind turbines, wind speeds and whether your site would be suitable.

Bristol Green Doors

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Bristol Green Doors is an open homes event showcasing no-cost to high-cost retrofitting measures, renewables and lifestyle changes to reduce energy demand. The website is a directory of homes open for the event, suppliers, installers and information on energy reduction.

Association for the Conservation of Energy

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The Association for the Conservation of Energy aims to reduce overall energy demand to ensure a secure and sustainable energy future. ACE works to raise a positive awareness of energy conservation and encourage increased investment in all energy saving measures.