CARBON CO-OP MEMBER OFFER:Free energy monitors + a chance for membership or cash bonus Carbon Co-op has been commissioned by Manchester Digital Development Agency (MDDA) to distribute free electricity monitors and we want to pass the benefits on to our members. To apply click here. What's on offer: Free electricity monitors exclusively for members and their friends … Read more
Want to see what a low carbon retrofit looks like? Meet the people who have reduced household carbon emissions and bills by up to 80%? The Carbon Co-op Big Red Bus Tour takes passengers on a journey around three eco-show homes in Greater Manchester.The tour is free and includes lunch, to book email us on firstname.lastname@example.orgMeet people who … Read more
We’ve been working with the brilliant OpenEnergyMonitor project to provide monitoring of our current range of home retrofits. What’s great about the system is that it’s modular, so you can add additional sensors as and when we need to show not only how much energy your using, but how your solar PV system is performing … Read more
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Following our Open Source Energy Monitor workshop (for details see below) we’ll be holding a social at Common Bar, Northern Quarter, Manchester City Centre. 6pm onwards, Thursday 13th December 2012 Common Bar, 39 Edge Street Manchester, Greater Manchester M4 1HW It will be very informal, a chance to meet others, update on the progress of … Read more
Carbon Co-op have been working with openenergymonitor.org, to produce innovative, modular, home environment monitors using open source hardware and software. Now we need people to help us build them. Midday-6pm, Thursday 13th December 2012 MadLab, 36-40 Edge Street, Manchester M4 1HN Unlike conventional energy monitors, the kit is flexible, modular and totally open source. They … Read more