Friday 2 May 2008, The Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh
Improving the energy efficiency of historic homes can be a complicated process. This is the subject of this FREE one-day conference in the heart of Edinburgh. Spaces are limited, so reserve your place now!
This conference will cover the issues surrounding energy efficiency in historic homes, and demonstrate how they can be made more efficient while retaining their historic integrity. A case study of the Energy Heritage pilot study will be presented, covering a range of measures and householders’ experiences.
Delegates will have the opportunity to engage in the topic, network with professionals in related fields, view samples of energy efficiency improvement technologies, and will receive a copy of newly-published guidance on improving energy efficiency in listed homes.
A booking form is attached to this email. To secure a place at the conference, please complete and return a booking form by 7 April 2008.
A form can be obtained by e-mailing email@example.com
Fax: 0131 555 2768
Post: Changeworks, Sustainable Futures, 36 Newhaven Road, Edinburgh EH6 5PY
Further information on the Energy Heritage project and the event, and links to travel and accommodation suggestions can be found at:
We look forward to meeting you on 2 May.
Sustainable Futures team
This is a Changeworks event, funded by EAGA Partnership Charitable Trust, Edinburgh World Heritage and Sust.
36 Newhaven Road
Edinburgh EH6 5PY
T: 0131 555 4010
F: 0131 555 2768
Energy Heritage: Energy Efficiency in Historic Homes
Conference, Friday 2 May 2008
10am to 4pm, The Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh EH1 2NE