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G&D Home Energy Zoom Meeting 1 Energy Saving Measures

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This is a reminder to come along this Thursday to the first of two G&D community zoom meetings to learn more about what's on offer to make your home warmer and more energy efficient.

Community Zoom Meeting 1  (Energy Saving Measures) where we shall explore how we can improve the energy efficieny of G&D homes.

Home Energy Scotland will give us some background to what they have to offer and the various government funding options that may be availble. 

Representitives form The Fintry Trust will give us an insight into the work they have been doing in their community. 

Every home has a unique set of challanges when it comes to upgrading insulation depending on how and when it was built. Our guest speakers from accredited installers will present solutions to overcoming these challanges followed by a questions and answers session.

Facilitators: Ewan Bush (G&D Energy Officer) and Tina Hartley (G&D Development Officer)

Guest speakers and Discussion Topics

Jamie Noble, Home Energy Scotland: Home Surveys, Government Grants and Loans.

Kayt Howell & Gordon Cowtan, The Fintry Trust: Learning from Other Communities.

Mike Bauermeister, Kishorn Insulations Ltd. Internal wall, Roof and Floor Insulation.

James D Mackenzie Construction Ltd. External Wall Insulation systems.

Ewan Bush G&D Community Energy Officer: Double Glazing Windows & Doors.

Contact Ewan Bush via the button below to request a link to join the meeting.   Feel free to ask questions or just listen with or without your camera on if you prefer. Looking forward to seeing you all there!

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Tina Hartley said:

Thanks for your comment Jean.  I know there is never a good date to suit everyone, but on the positive side how exciting that we have a number of events taking place!

Don't worry we have it covered - the event will be recorded and posted for community viewing and we have our Community Energy Officer, Ewan, always at the end of an email to ask questions, or even arrange a visit to you if need be.

So watch out for the recording and don't hesitate to shout if you have any questions Jean, we are always happy to help.

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Jean Bailey said:

I will look out for the recording. Thanks. 

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