More than 100 Oxford homes receive energy efficiency advice following thermal imaging campaign
More than 100 Oxford homes were provided with energy saving advice and guidance following a low carbon group’s thermal imaging campaign, a news report in the local media has recently revealed.
The Rose Hill and Iffley Low Carbon Group used specialist equipment in order to take thermal images of the houses over a period of around three weeks, in order to determine exactly where heat is escaping from the houses.
Residents who took part in the programme were able to view the thermal images of their home and the low carbon group explained what the picture represented and gave tips on how to save energy.
About 20 volunteer members of the group dropped leaflets off at 3,000 homes in the area explaining the aim of this campaign and were also in charge of taking the thermal images.
Rose Hill resident and low carbon group member Paul Skinner said: “I was really pleased by the number of people who expressed an interest — everybody who I have spoken to has said how helpful it has been.
“They have said how grateful they are how we have been able to offer this for free.”
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