Bedminster housing energy assessment

In 2012, using funding from the Department for Energy and Climate Change, we commissioned the Centre for Sustainable Energy to carry out an assessment of the housing stock in Bedminster, Ashton and Southville to look at how much energy we’re using and the best ways to cut energy use and fuel bills. Although it was done in 2012, it still valid.

The result was a very (long and) comprehensive report, a set of data on all of the streets in the area, and a summary of the findings which you can download here: bedminster_summary_july2012. We’ve used the report in discussions about how to prioritise our actions and what scope there is for improvements to homes in the area, as well as it being the basis for our short guide ‘Energy saving in BS3 homes

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Upcoming Events – BEG Calendar

Nikki Jones climate change and energy series
1930-2130 at Tobacco Factory (The Snug)

9th October - What is climate change?
16th October - Global energy trends
23rd October - UK energy, emissions and targets
30th October - Is nuclear the answer?
13th November - Film showing: Food, Inc.
20th November - Land use and climate change
27th November - The way forward