Cambridge 2030 – meeting the zero carbon homes challenge

An evening of celebration, conversation and inspiration to mark the 10th anniversary of Open Eco Homes.

Tickets from £5, including refreshments. BOOKING ESSENTIAL. Book now at Eventbrite.

With keynote speaker Baroness Brown of Cambridge Julia King and a panel of housing experts including architect Meredith Bowles, Greater Cambridge Senior Sustainability Officer Emma Davies, developer Chris Brown of Igloo and Open Eco Homes host and particle physicist Bart Hommels.

Cambridge 2030 is an opportunity to listen, talk and network. As well as our panel discussion we’ll have relevant organisations and business available to answer your questions, information to take away and space to meet and talk over refreshments.

Join us and help co-create a housing vision for Cambridge that answers the climate emergency and delivers good quality life enhancing homes for every citizen.

September 10th, St John’s College, The Old Divinity School, St John’s Street
7.00-9.00pm – followed by drinks and networking. Doors open 6.40pm.

Open Eco Homes workshops - September 16th – October 10th

We will run three Open Eco Homes workshops between September 16th and October 10th

Successful draught-proofing and ventilation

Solid Wall Insulation Choices

Your smart electric home

A full listing for all workshops with dates and venues will appear on this page soon but if you'd like to be kept informed please fill in the form below or send an email to bookings@openecohomes.org

Open Eco Homes tours - September 22nd and 28th

On the 22nd and 28th September 2019 we will be opening a dozen homes across Cambridge for FREE tours. All tours have to be booked and bookings open in August. The homes are the best eco new-builds and renovations in Cambridge. Hosts show you around for one hour and you get the benefit of all their knowledge and experience, and to see with your own eyes how eco-technologies and ideas work in practice.

Each home has been built or renovated to deliver low energy living so there is an emphasis on insulation, energy conservation and efficiency and renewable heat and electricity production. The houses quite often include interesting design features and have been built or renovated for beauty, comfort and good living. So as well as the eco inspiration you get a lot of home love ideas too.

Thermal imaging training - November

Thermal Imaging workshops start again in November

Thermal imaging can vividly show where your home is leaking heat, revealing problems with insulation, draughts, etc. Come to a training evening to learn how to use our thermal cameras and interpret their images - then you can borrow a camera to survey your home. Significant improvements in comfort, energy bills and carbon emissions often result.

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In the meantime check the Cambridge Carbon Footprint website for other related events.