In November 2018, the Carbon Co-op held its first hack lab. Organised in collaboration with UCL anthropologist Hannah Knox and community business practitioner Britt Jurgensen, the hack lab was designed to bring together people with diverse perspectives on a changing energy system to explore how to make the energy system more equitable.
Aneaka Kellay takes a look at the challenges faced by those seeking to find the right retrofit builder, alongside what Carbon Co-op is working on to overcome these – including hosting the upcoming Routes to Retrofit course which empowers householders to understand and navigate the construction industry.
Join us to explore, develop and win funds for your solution to the energy crisis. Apply now Friday 2nd Nov – Sunday 4th Nov / Manchester / Ages 16+ / Free This event will bring together technology developers, social innovators and social scientists to find what new technology and models could make the energy … Read more