Chichester District Council is running a free event for district homeowners looking to save money by making their homes more energy efficient. The event will take place at Chichester College on 30 March 2023 from 6pm to 8.30pm.
The event will show people how they can reduce their carbon footprint and save money by implementing energy efficiency and renewable energy measures in their homes.
A range of home energy experts will come together on the 30 March to share advice aimed at helping residents heat their homes for less. This will include providing top tips on some of the basic things people can do to make their homes more energy efficient and save money on their energy bills, as well as advising on the best approach to insulating a property and installing PV Solar Panels.
There will also be a session on property surveys that homeowners can organise to provide advice that is tailored to their specific property, as well as various grants and schemes that can help make installing energy efficiency measures more affordable. After a series of short talks, there will be the opportunity to speak with experts and ask questions.
The home energy efficiency event will be held on 30 March at Chichester College from 6pm until 8.30pm. It is free to attend and there is no need to book a place. People are encouraged to travel to the event by low carbon means where they can — Chichester College is a five minute walk from Chichester train and bus stations, and there are also bike racks on campus. Please consider car sharing if you need to drive to the event. Anyone intending to park on the college campus can pay for parking after 3pm on the Just Park app using the Non E-Permit Holders code: 809648.