Work With Other Community Groups

By |2021-05-25T20:49:42+00:00September 9, 2008|Energy Self Help|

Energy saving holds potential benefits for everyone in the community, so it stands to reason that there have got to be some big advantages to working with other community groups. Whether or not they’re specifically interested in energy, the environment or sustainability, there are still things to be gained and [...]

Identifying Where You Can Save Energy

By |2021-05-25T20:49:42+00:00September 9, 2008|Energy Self Help|

Wanting to save energy is one thing; knowing where you can start saving is quite another. Before you can get going on your energy saving plans, the first thing you need to do – whether it’s for your own home, a shared building or the whole community – is identify [...]

Community Transport Sharing Projects

By |2021-05-25T20:49:43+00:00September 2, 2008|Energy Self Help|

Everyone can do a little energy saving in their own homes, but when it comes to transport sharing, you obviously can’t go it alone; if the whole community gets behind the idea, the potential for energy efficiency, saving money and lowering carbon emissions can be very big. Car Sharing There’s [...]

Work With Local Shops to Conserve Energy

By |2021-05-25T20:49:43+00:00September 2, 2008|Energy Self Help|

Local shops often provide a range of services to a local community that go way beyond simply selling goods. As many people have pointed out, switching at least some of your shopping away from the supermarkets helps small retailers survive – but it can also be one of a number [...]

Involve Local Schools in Energy Projects

By |2021-05-25T20:49:43+00:00September 2, 2008|Energy Self Help|

As any parent knows, some of the world’s greenest people are to be found in local schools, which makes youngsters natural supporters of any community energy project. Moreover, with energy issues central to various aspects of the National Curriculum, their teachers are likely to be pretty interested too! Clearly, there’s [...]

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