Evolve and Exeter Community Energy

Evolve Home Energy Solutions have partnered up with Exeter Community Energy (ECOE) to bring you a FREE webinar series which aim to provide you with information that will help to make your home more energy efficient.

ECOE is a community run organisation that was created with the objective of promoting and developing local community ownership and management of energy projects. They work hard to raise awareness of and promote practical, local, low carbon solutions that address the global challenges of our reliance on fossil fuels and the associated climate impact. A significant part of their work also includes providing grants for re-investment in local renewable energy and energy efficiency projects that contribute to addressing fuel poverty and climate change.

Evolve are a family run company who provide energy efficiency measures to people throughout the South West of England and South Wales. Founded in 2015, the company is built on extremely high standards and their mission to deliver great customer service at every opportunity.

What is covered in the Webinar Series?

Our first webinar, taking place at 1pm on Thursday 25th February, is about the government’s Green Homes Grant scheme and finding quality installers. This is your chance to hear from experts about the funding available to help improve your home’s energy efficiency and save you money on your heating bills. In the second part of this webinar, we will talk about what to look for in a quality installer. You will have a chance to ask our experts questions and re-watch the talks if you miss any part. You can sign up, via zoom, here.

Our second webinar, taking place at 1pm on Thursday 18th March, will introduce HETAS to talk about wood burning heating systems. HETAS is the national organisation working for consumer safety and the wider public interest in safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible use of biomass and other solid fuels. Evolve will then talk about the benefits party wall insulation can bring to properties that use similar heating systems. You will be given opportunities to ask questions and hear from experts in these fields. To sign up, click here.

These webinars are open to the public, anyone can use the links above to sign up. By signing up, should you miss any part of the webinar, you will receive an email once the event has concluded with a link to watch it back at your convenience.

We look forward to seeing you there!