Cosy Homes Club: DIY Draughtproofing with Carbon Coop


Written by Tom Doubtfire, Cosy Homes Club Citizen researcher Last week we were joined at Kitty’s Launderette by Laurence and Lorenza from Carbon Co-op (https://carbon.coop), for our DIY Draughtproofing workshop. We learnt that around 15% of heat loss is from draughts. There is a difference between draughts and ventilation as well: a draught is classed […]

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Cosy Homes Club: Capacity building with our local team


After recruiting a team of local Energy Champions and Citizen Researchers, our first collective training workshop was held in an appropriately cosy room at Everton In the Community, just before Christmas. We begin by sitting down together for lunch for a chance to chat and get to know each other a little, and then spent […]

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Opportunities with our Cosy Homes Club


Do you want to: Homebaked CLT has two exciting opportunities for local people in Anfield and Everton to get involved in learning about energy issues and make a difference in our community. We need: If you’re interested in working together with your neighbours to find ways that we can help people in our community to […]

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Welcome to the Cosy Homes Club!


The Cosy Homes Club is investigating how we can achieve an efficient roll-out of whole-house retrofit in our local area, for people in all tenures, without leaving anyone behind, through our project ‘Cosy Homes: Energy Efficiency for All!’ Homebaked CLT was created in response to the failures of top-down regeneration, by local people with a […]

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Cosy Homes receives Phase 2 funding


We’re delighted to say that we have been awarded funding to continue developing our Cosy Homes project over the next 12 months, thanks to the Community Knowledge Fund.  Funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), and delivered by The Young Foundation, the Community Knowledge Fund supports grassroots community groups and organisations across the UK to […]

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