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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CSE has managed local authority loft and cavity wall insulation schemes for several years. Over the last couple of years we’ve been involved with pilot projects for more complex works.

The introduction of the Green Deal (from early 2013) and Energy Company Obligation (from October 2012) means that times are changing – households will be able to access funding for a much wider range of energy efficiency measures. That’s why we’re involved with pilot projects such as Somerset West Home Energy and the Bristol Home Energy Upgrade, seeking to better understand how these initiatives will work in practice. A key element of these projects is giving the customer choice with the contractor they use.

We’re keen to ensure that SME installers can get involved in the Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation on their own terms.

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1. Your details
2. Your address
3. About your company

Please tell is a bit about your company.

4. Which measures would you like to install under the Green Deal and/or ECO?

If you are already a Green Deal Installer please indicate which measures you are certified to install.

Micro renewables
Space heating, cooling and ventilation
Water heating
5. Community guidelines and data protection

In order that offers a positive and useful experience for householders, assessors and installers alike, we have drawn up some guidelines for uploading content to this website. The guidelines sound a bit frightening, but we believe they are necessary to avoid potential problems. They include information about data protection. Click here to read the community guidelines. For full Terms & Conditions (T&Cs), click on the link at the foot of this page.