Net Zero in community buildings
APPLY NOW! Do you want to improve energy efficiency, thermal comfort AND move to net zero in your community space?
HeatHack and The Surefoot Effect are offering a programme for community groups to help plan for the futures of their churches, halls and community centres.
Tackling heat loss and energy efficiency in community buildings, Surefoot working in collaboration with HeatHack is delighted to announce confirmation of an Ingenious Public Engagement Award from the Royal Academy of Engineering.
For this project, a small team of people from across Surefoot and HeatHack will be working together to deliver a programme to help UK-based churches and community buildings to understand what a net zero future means for their premises. It will help them not just understand energy efficiency and thermal comfort in difficult buildings, but also to think about how their buildings should be used in their local contexts and how to make this change happen.
Groups will emerge from the process with a shared vision, the knowledge and confidence to work well with architects, heating engineers and other professionals, and the evidence of community need that grant funders require.
We are recruiting community groups and volunteer engineers NOW for sessions starting September – December 2022.
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More about the programme
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a conversation about how you can get involved, if you would like to participate either by forming a group or as an assisting engineer.
The project is funded by Royal Academy of Engineering Ingenious programme.
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