This is the page for the Energy Subgroup of Teign Estuary Transition. A key element of transition is developing alternative energy supplies, and helping each other become more energy-efficient at home, in public places such as schools and hospitals, and at work.
News items relating to the Energy subgroup
Created to help people in Devon save energy by insulating their homes. Working with E.ON and local councils, CosyDevon has funding to insulate homes and help towards boiler replacements.
A not-for-profit organisation offering impartial advice on renewable energy technologies and systems
Energy Action Devon works with individuals and organisations on a variety of energy related projects and initiatives on a local, regional and national level. Incorporating DARE.
From the 10:10 web site, home energy experts Mukti Mitchell and Chit Chong advise 10:10ers on how to make their old houses more efficient.
Local people have an opportunity to help cut carbon in Teignbridge by 10% in 2010, and Teignbridge Council is encouraging as many as possible to join it in signing up for this 10:10 initiative
Independent advice on selecting renewable energy technology