Dragonfly Power and Community Energy South are hosting these roadshows for individuals, parish councils and community groups to understand thermal imaging surveys and how they can be used to make households in your community more energy efficient.

During these roadshows, households and community buildings within participating communities will have the opportunity to sign up to receive a free thermal imaging survey of their properties and receive an associated energy efficiency report. This will be undertaken by a fully trained Dragonfly Power volunteer.

Thermal imaging surveys are a useful tool for showing areas of heat loss and help identify any insulation and draught proofing needs.  

We would like to partner with Parish Councils, community centres and keen individuals to help promote and champion the leaky homes roadshow to households in their area between January to March 2024.

Here's how you can get involved:

  1. Register your interest for receiving a Leaky Homes Roadshow visit to your community by emailing enquiries@dragonflypower.org.uk.
  2. We will get in contact with you to agree a suitable date for a visit. Ideally we would like to use the village hall or community centre as a hub for the session where households can drop in to find out more about energy savings in their homes. We can discuss options for this when we contact you. 
  3. We will provide you with further information about the process together with materials and information to promote the visit to households in your area including details of how households can book a thermal imaging survey.
  4. We will visit your community on the set date and hopefully start to help households in your area take action on their energy use!

In addition, we will also be holding a free Energy Awareness training session on Saturday 20th January at 10am at Kings Somborne Village Hall. This session will be run by Dale Hoyland, a specialist in retrofit and thermal imaging. It is designed for anyone interested in finding out more about energy efficiency and will provide an outline of thermal imaging surveys. Representatives from The Environment Centre will also be present to advise on grants and support available to households in Test Valley. 

The session can be booked here or at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/thermal-imaging-and-home-energy-training-tickets-773803496087?aff=oddtdtcreator  

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