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SuperHomers to stop Homes Behaving Badly

SuperHomers Penney Poyzer, Gil Schalom and Dr Tina Holt are leading a project called HOMES BEHAVING BADLY (HOBBs) to help homeowners transform their energy hungry homes into models of good behaviour. This Transition West Bridgford Project was successful in securing £40,000 of LEAF funding.

The project will bring together tried and trusted educational tools including no-cost behavioural change information, individual household energy assessments, workshops, local exemplar visits, air-tightness tests and use of renewable and low energy technologies.

See the launch press release or visit the West Bridgford Eco Houses website for forthcoming events.