News Archive

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Round Table - Local businesses and educational specialists meet to discuss the sem@schools project

On Wednesday 8th February we held our first Round Table meeting for the sem@schools project.Read More

Cheltenham Regeneration Repair Cafe

We are pleased to announce Warm and Well will be attending the increasingly growing Regeneration Repair Café on the 4th February 2017 to offer free impartial energy advice to all those in attendance at our advice table. Read More

The Festive Season was also a Windy One!

Results from our WeatherEnergy project show just how impressive Scottish wind turbines really are, recording spectacular generation over the Christmas holidays. Read More

Vote for our 'Fun in the Forest' event in local Tesco Stores

'Fun in the Forest' is a day of environmental activities providing children from urban and economically deprived areas with opportunities to engage with nature. Read More

School Energy Management students present at the UN Climate Conference

The students represented different countries, as they negotiated and bargained with other countries in an attempt to move the world forward in its fight against climate change.Read More

Funding towards Energy Saving Measures for Worcestershire Businesses

Severn Wye have secured funding to help 200 businesses in Worcestershire install energy efficiency measures. Read More

Winter is coming

Get ready for winter with the Warm & Well teamRead More

Groups up their game for Create your Space

16 groups have been awarded funding to further develop their projects in stage two of the Create your Space programme. In this innovative new environmental programme the fund has also provided groups with support to develop their bids with a learning and support contract.Read More

Mark was treated to a sustainability-themed fashion show as part of his visit
Mark with the Latvian staff and students in Daugavpils

Spreading the energy saving message to Latvia

During the last week of September, our Education Project Manager, Mark Stead, travelled to Latvia to support teachers and students there with their work on the sem@schools project. School Energy Management at Schools is an EU (Erasmus +) funded programme supporting secondary students in investigatin...Read More

Changing behaviour at the Land Registry

Land Registry employees have been introduced to the world of behaviour change and energy efficiency, with offices competing against each other to save@work!Read More

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