Tried and tested solutions for a green recovery – Warm homes

Tried and tested solutions for a green recovery – Warm homes


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In this webinar, Ross Armstrong (Warmworks) and Jobe Bryer (Senior Energy Advice Officer London Borough of Islington) explore how providing insulation, efficient heating and renewable technologies can help address health issues and create green jobs.

Recorded 8 October 2020 during one of our series of interactive Zero Carbon Britain-themed webinars hosted in partnership with Ashden.

These webinars feature speakers with practical experience of implementing projects at local council and community level, with proven potential for widespread roll out – supporting the economic recovery from COVID-19, getting us closer to net zero and increasing our resilience as a society.

For ease of watching we’ve split the two speakers talks into two recordings.

Ross Armstrong, Managing Director of Warmworks (who deliver Scotland’s flagship fuel poverty scheme)

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Jobe Bryer, Senior Energy Advice Officer London Borough Islington

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