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EARR: Energy Action Redhill & Reigate 

We want to help make all our buildings more sustainable in their energy use, through:

  • Energy efficiency retrofit

  • Behaviour change

  • Renewable energy installations 

EARR Ltd is a community benefit society, formed by members of CARR, and registered in it's own right.

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Leaky Homes Roadshow 2024

EARR's team of Energy Champions are preparing for the 2024 Leaky Homes Roadshow.  We will be visiting homes in Redhill, Reigate and surrounding areas, with our thermal cameras, to provide energy efficiency surveys.  Providing suggestions specific to your home on how to reduce home energy use. 

This is a great opportunity to gain insights into how to reduce your household bills as well as how you can minimise your carbon emissions.

Click here for more information and possible dates near you. 

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Leaky Homes Roadshow - we are seeking more help...

Can you help us make a positive difference to local people facing the challenge of heating their homes this Winter?

We are looking for great people to help deliver this project on a paid or voluntary basis.

We are building a local network of Home Energy Champions to conduct home energy surveys, offer suggestions for reducing costs and staying warm, and deliver materials for immediate benefits.

Surveys mostly take place in the evenings, are by invitation, and are based on our standard survey form, an infrared camera and the latest energy saving advice. 

If you are practical, caring, passionate about energy and have one or two evenings a week to spare from January to March 2024, then you could be just who we are looking for.  

More about EARR

Insulation Installation

Our focus is on buildings which are not publicly owned / run (as Reigate & Banstead Borough Council and Surrey County Council already have plans to improve those buildings):

  • Residential: houses/flats

  • Community buildings: charity headquarters/offices, faith-based buildings, sports clubs, and other community assets

  • Schools (private, but encouraging / using learning across all schools)

  • Commercial: warehouses, shops, offices 

The aim is to significantly change the carbon footprint of these buildings / their occupants in the near-term and to make ‘net zero’ achievable in the long-term. We will act by:

  • Engaging and educating building owners / occupiers

  • Undertaking energy surveys resulting in recommended actions

  • Making use of central and local government support schemes to enable actions

  • Using successful approaches from other similar schemes​

Radiator Temperature Wheel

We would like to hear from you if you:

  • Have relevant experience or are interested in helping with these actions

  • Want to make your building’s energy use more sustainable

Find out more about how you can reduce the carbon footprint of your home.

See here for inspiring examples of local projects where people have reduced the carbon footprint of their building.

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