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Eco-Renovation Question Time

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Eco Renovation Question Time is an exciting event chaired by Energy Editor of The Guardian, Terry MacAlister. It is hosted by Transition Cambridge Energy Group in partnership with Cambridge Carbon Footprint in celebration of 2012’s Open Eco Homes event (May 12th/13th and 26th/27th).

The programme: 7.00pm – Come in to view the Open Eco Homes showcase and browse stands 7.30pm – Introductory talk and overview of the Green Deal 7.50pm – Question Time – ask about making your home low energy 8.45pm – Refreshments and an opportunity to meet Open Eco Homes renovators

The panel: The question time panel will consist of local low energy homes’ experts, as well as Eco Home owners with a range of eco-renovation experience.

• Peter Thom – energy efficiency pioneer, Green Heat Ltd • Jeremy Ashworth – sustainable architect and custom built eco home owner • Tim Acheson – environmentally conscious builder, Green Hat Construction • Howard Rice – eco renovator, St Barnabas Road, 1890s home • Spencer Hagard – eco renovator, Milton Road, 1920s home • Mark Houston – architectural technician, The Green House Project, 1960s home

• Free admission – with a retiring collection to help cover costs. • Wine and soft drinks served.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Carbon Footprint series.

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