It’s more fun to work with other people on your energy projects, or help out some friends or neighbours who might not be so savvy, throw a mini party, BBQ, picnic or tea party in a house, garden, driveway on the pavement or in the pub. See this guide to holding a street meet or full street party by Streets Alive.
One way to show people about energy loss is using a thermal imaging camera. The hidden losses suddenly become quite visible, and therefore easier to address.
Another fun way to get other people interested in planning energy efficiency projects is by doing a pub quiz around energy. Download our version if you like. Easton Energy Group Pub Quiz
Whether it means topping up your loft insulation, or just getting together to make draught excluders, it may be easier to plan things collectively. Getting inspiration and ideas from other people, as well as benefitting from those who have already completed energy efficiency measures will help you plan your projects.