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future Net Zero podcast features CommuniHeat

Ashita Anand, Innovation Project Lead at UK Power Networks, and Ollie Pendered, CEO of Community Energy South, spoke to future Net Zero about the barriers and opportunities involved, as well as what further action is needed and how other communities can participate and drive behaviour change to reach net zero.

Webinar for Barcombe village telling the villagers about CommuniHeat

Webinar for Barcombe village telling the villagers about CommuniHeat

4th February 2021 webinar recording for Barcombe village.

Sussex village to become zero carbon role model

Sussex village to become zero carbon role model

A Sussex village could hold one of the keys to helping the UK reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Residents in Barcombe, East Sussex, are helping their local electricity network operator to create a model roadmap for ‘greener’ home heating that will in time show the way for other communities to follow suit.

Barcombe News – Reducing your home’s carbon footprint and lowering energy bills

Barcombe News – Reducing your home’s carbon footprint and lowering energy bills

We’ve put together a robust Covid-19 policy that follows official advice, and our local Energy Champions and residents have been issued with guidance for home visits.

CommuniHeat project in Barcombe featured by BBC

CommuniHeat project in Barcombe featured by BBC

A scheme which would see an entire village switch from oil to electric heating could become a blueprint for millions of ...

Barcombe News – updates from CommuniHeat

Barcombe News – updates from CommuniHeat

We’ve had a busy month at Ovesco! Since December’s piece in Barcombe News, dozens of residents have got in touch wanting to get involved with CommuniHeat. Many of you have kindly given us permission to install energy-use monitors and conduct energy-use surveys within your homes.

Barcombe News – Could our village be a pioneer for green energy?

Barcombe News – Could our village be a pioneer for green energy?

Oil heating isn’t great in a lot of ways. It can be costly. It’s messy and it’s smelly. You have to remember to monitor your oil levels. But worst of all, it creates a LOT of CO2.

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