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A new survey from Green Home Festival organisers the Construction Industry Collective Voice (CICV) has uncovered a significant knowledge gap among UK homeowners regarding renewable heating technologies. Alarmingly, 59% of respondents said they lacked the necessary information to confidently transition...
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Presentations from the second Green Home Festival are now available to download, allowing low-carbon enthusiasts to access the wealth of expert eco advice and information discussed during the week-long event. Resources have been shared from most of the 10 in-person...
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Scotland’s second Green Home Festival has been hailed another resounding success – but its organisers have also insisted that government and industry must work closer together to deliver clearer guidance and “myth-bust” the misinformation around low-carbon living. More than 500...
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Religious and community groups are being urged to attend the upcoming Green Home Festival and discover how Scotland’s abandoned churches can be transformed into energy efficient social housing that benefits whole communities. In Bringing Churches Back to Life, architects will explain...
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As they prepare to host the upcoming Green Home Festival, organisers say the results of a recent survey show that there is “very real appetite for change” among Scottish homeowners looking to make their homes more eco-friendly. The team behind...
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The organisers of this year’s Green Home Festival are urging homeowners and the construction industry to “be brave” and embrace innovations like microwave heating to help build a more sustainable future and meet net zero targets. Scotland’s second renewables jamboree...
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Building greener kitchens, accessing renewable funding and preventing heat loss through windows and doors are among the main events being planned for this year’s Green Home Festival, organisers have revealed. Air source heat pumps, effective insulation and electric vehicles (EVs)...
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