Buildings and Energy Group (online group)

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Buildings and Energy Group (online group)

The buildings and energy group is looking at ways to green property, for example looking at improved insulation, renewable energy sources and more environmentally friendly building materials

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Latest Activity: Apr 12

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I have engaged an architect to enhance the energy efficiency of our Victorian mid-terrace. The biggest limitations on the project are firstly that the house is in the Queen's Park Conservation area,…Continue

Started by Matthew Sharp. Last reply by Matthew Sharp May 11, 2016.

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There is now a group set up to help schools install solar PV arrays on local schools.  This is  in response to national FOE's campaign "Run on Sun", so we are collaborating with Brent FOE on this. …Continue

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Hi Leslie I'm pasting the message you sent to the B&E Group here - Sounds like a brilliant evening and a great event.  It would be good to post it on the events page on the front page of the TT…Continue

Started by George Latham. Last reply by Leslie Barson Apr 3, 2013.

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Comment by Phil Leask on July 14, 2011 at 15:51

Sorry, I won't be able to make it tonight.

Phil

Comment by George Latham on July 14, 2011 at 11:17

Perhaps of interest/ relevance to the energy saving leaflet discussion...

http://www.interactive.firstdirect.com/energy.html?WT.ac=FSDT_HB_En...

First Direct's 10 Energy Saving tips... pretty simple and accessible...

 

Comment by George Latham on July 14, 2011 at 9:53

(from Siobhan...)

Dear All

 

We are due to have a  meeting of the Building Group TONIGHT - THURSDAY! at 42 Callcott Road , NW6 7EA . My phone no is 0207 625 2112.and the mobile is below . Could you let me know if you are coming along if possible .

I promised after the last meeting to circulate a to do list following our last meeting on draught busting workshops . – apologies that it has taken so long . It is as follows ;

1.     Organise masterclass with GTI Ltd – the UK  distributors of the draught busting materials – for those who will then be willing to go on and give draughtbusting workshops – say early Sept

2.     Aim to start draught busting workshop in the autumn – advertised on the website /at queens park day/at TT drinks . ( with member of the

3.     Have display materials ready for the stall at QP day – breadboard with strips on

                          .                                                   – magnaglaze sample

-       Energy saving Leaflet

-       Dolls house windows/doors

-       Energy monitor  etc

 

4.     Find Host(s) for first /subsequent workshops

5.     Once date set – order materials ( 2 day delivery ) / prep instructions packs .

 

Look forward to seeing those who can make it tomorrow – and if you can’t make it but would like to volunteer for any of the above let me know and we can come back to you to firm up on things . .

 

Siobhan

Comment by George Latham on March 22, 2011 at 10:50
Looking forward to tonights first Building and Energy Group meeting...
Comment by Transition Kensal to Kilburn on March 17, 2011 at 10:37

This is a free event in May about the new renewable heat incentive - including a tour of a biomass project near London Bridge...

http://coolheatinglondon.eventbrite.com/

May be of interest...

Comment by Elaine Henderson on February 6, 2011 at 17:53

I read in the Guardian last week (ok, so it may be wrong) that emissions from domestic properties are no lower than they were 20 years ago.  The explanation was that altho some insulation has been done, it's not enough and we're using more electricity for computers and plasma screens.  Also, more people are living alone.  Emissions from industry have fallen, but that's largely to do with the recession.  Read more.

As I'm enjoying my annual "Frugal February" I'm going to borrow an Energy Meter from Kilburn Library and see if I can reduce my emissions from electricity use.  I'll let you know how I get on.

 

Comment by Lorraine Skinner on October 31, 2010 at 18:42
Brent Going Green has been shortlisted in two categories for The Green Awards held on 2nd December 2010
http://www.greenawards.co.uk/shorlist/shortlists_2010
Comment by Tim Starley-Grainger on August 27, 2010 at 11:41
Is anybody interested in the Carbon Conversations course I'm orgainsing? Check out the events page http://ttkensaltokilburn.ning.com/events/carbon-conversations-6-weekly or see http://www.carbonliteracyforum.org/ for more info
Comment by Lorraine Skinner on August 17, 2010 at 14:25
To post the three videos please contact Andres
andres.crespo@brent.gov.uk
Comment by Lorraine Skinner on August 17, 2010 at 13:54
If I knew how I would, I just sent the discs to Brent and they did the rest!
 

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