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Business Models for fuel poor & landlords: Community Retrofit Approaches
16th May, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
In this session we will look at ways that Community Energy groups can get more involved in helping communities and individuals in fuel poverty or work with landlords to enable them to retrofit their properties. We’ll highlight a number of existing and prospective models in the sector.
In a series of lunchtime hour-long webinars, three leading Community Energy organisations explore emerging models and best practice for the delivery of retrofit and energy efficiency projects.
Funded by the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, SELCE, BHESCo and Carbon Co-op have engaged in a 12 months knowledge sharing and research project to identify successful models for retrofit across different tenures and approaches.
Free to attend, each session will address a different theme and be led by one of the partners. Suitable for staff, board or members of Community Energy groups as well as other stakeholders such as local authorities, retrofit practitioners, academics and researchers.
All webinars take place at 1pm and last one hour. You must book onto each session individually.
- 9th May: Business models for able to pay
- 16th May: Business Models for fuel poor and landlords
- 23rd May: Supply chain engagement
- 30th May: Community Outreach and Engagement