See how people in Bristol and Somerset are using the Green Deal to improve their homes

The aim of this website is to encourage people in Bristol and Somerset to undertake low-carbon home improvements through the Green Deal.

It gives householders who have done this – for example by insulating their home, installing micro-renewables or draught-proofing their windows and doors –  the chance to share this with others, and to rate the installers who carried out the work.

You can browse the map below to find case studies near you, filtering the results by the type of home and by the type of improvement.

We are the Centre for Sustainable Energy, a registered charity based in Bristol. Why not check out our Home Energy Advice website to get impartial support and advice before undertaking your new home energy improvement project.

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Accredited AssessorAmpere Green Deal Provider

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We at Ampere GDP are a family run business at the forefront of this new industry and have been heavily involved with the Green Deal since November 2011, working with the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC), and other interested parties on the implementation of the the Green Deal.

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Rated on 8 July 2013

5 Bere Lane, GLASTONBURY, Somerset, BA6 8BD

I wanted an assessment done because I have only single glazing in the first floor back of house and it is very cold, very poor insulation,ie single skin walls and asbestos roof.
The assessor who was at my home for approx 20 mins gave me a report saying she recommended draught proofing and solar voltaics, if I was willing to pay for most of it myself (?) What is a person supposed to do with a report like that? I only needed £3000 of upvc door and 4 windows, and some insulation for the flat roof.

Head Office, Unit 12, Riverside Units
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Tel: 01271 323052