Low Carbon Homes Liverpool

Our North Hub, Liverpool John Moores University, is hosting Low Carbon Homes from 19 – 21 January.

Low Carbon Homes enables regional stakeholders to take the actions needed to improve energy efficiency, reduce fuel poverty and tackle the carbon impact of existing homes, while stimulating local economic recovery. It exists to reduce this impact and highlight the wider social and economic benefits of retrofitting existing housing. It’s a nationwide market-led membership platform for professionals and suppliers to learn, share and showcase best-practice.

Their free-to-attend regional online events follow a proven format, each staged over three mid-week mornings, allowing delegates to select sessions to suit their diary.

Liverpool City Council plans to make the city carbon neutral by 2030, creating more energy-efficient housing stock, increasing the amount of green space in the city area, and improving air quality. The Council’s vision includes: incentives for the private sector to build more energy-efficient housing; retrofitting 6,000 homes with energy-saving features such as triple glazing, heat pumps and solar panels; and financial incentives for homeowners, including discounted green mortgages.