Alton Green Open Homes 2014

9 Mar 2014

This one-day event in Alton and local villages gives you a unique opportunity to visit different homes where there are energy-saving features to inspire you to save energy, cut your bills and help the environment!

10 homes

Energy-saving improvements key

  • Low-cost improvements
    Low-cost improvements
  • 'Big' insulation works
    'Big' insulation works
  • Glazing
  • Lighting systems and electrical appliances
    Lighting systems and electrical appliances
  • High spec heating
    High spec heating
  • Renewables: heat
    Renewables: heat
  • Renewables: electricity
    Renewables: electricity
  • Water management
    Water management
  • Sustainable building materials
    Sustainable building materials
  • Lifestyle change
    Lifestyle change
  • Recommended

Please note that this event has now finished.


Do you think you’re paying too much for gas and electricity? Perhaps your home is hard to keep warm and you’re fed up with energy being wasted? Well, some people in this area have made home improvements that have brought down their bills and made them cosier, while helping the environment; come and ask them how!

It's a great chance to come and see energy saving technologies in action, and speak to ordinary householders in their homes about what they've changed and the savings they've made. Information will be unbiased and there won't be the pressure of any sales talk, although we may have technical experts on hand to share their knowledge.

We will have a wide range of home improvements to see, including solar PV, solar hot water, biomass boilers, various heat pumps, heat recovery systems and other measures such as internal and external wall insulation, draught proofing, as well as energy efficient lighting, windows, doors and clever clothes driers.

Check out our website for lots more useful energy saving information.

Get in touch / find out more

Sally Mareike
Energy Alton
Event Coordinator

[email protected]
07795 418878

Part of the Green Open Homes network