About Megan W
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Entries by Megan W
FREE TO ATTEND, NO NEED TO BOOK IN ADVANCE. RetrofitWorks are working with Enfield Council to deliver a ‘Jobs, Apprenticeship and Careers fair’ to feature the 5 chosen growth Industry Business sector forums: Food industries Green and Sustainability Industries Health & Social Care Construction Industry Transport and Logistics Event Details Date: Thursday, 14 September 2017. Time: 10:00-15:00. […]
RetrofitWorks were delighted to attend an event at the Greater London Authority (GLA) on Wednesday evening 28th June, open to anyone with involvement or interest in community energy. After an opening welcome to the event from Syed Ahmed, of Energy for London, Leonie Cooper AM, Chair of London Assembly Environment Committee made some very interesting […]
After several years we thought it was time to retire the old RetrofitWorks website and replace it with a slicker, more responsive website. So what’s new? We’ve refreshed the website content and introduced a more dynamic blog so that we can keep you informed on what were up to and other useful insight into the […]
Late 2016 and early 2017 was dominated by Enfield Boroughs Warm and Healthy Homes scheme*. This scheme was part of the Warm and Healthy Homes Fund, a £26.2 million pound innovative Great Britain-wide programme administered by NEA. The programme as a whole benefited 1,000 households in areas of high fuel poverty and deprivation across England […]
We are pleased to announce our most recent advocate members as follows South East London Community Energy (SELCE) – South East London Community Energy is a not-for-profit social enterprise. Formed by residents of Greenwich and Lewisham who want to play an active role in shaping the energy future of South East London, SELCE is taking […]