For Earth Day 2021, BHESCo is bringing together experienced specialists to discuss ways to heat and power our lives that safeguard our planet, giving hope for our future. We will address how technological innovation is empowering communities to adopt change, delivering clean, affordable, locally owned energy for everyone.
If COP26 is to be a success then policy makers must recognise the vital importance of community energy in ensuring a route out of climate chaos.
Hundreds of people in cold homes in Brighton and Hove will receive help to tackle fuel poverty from BHESCo following a £20,000 grant from UK Power Networks’ ‘Power Partners’ fund.
The UK has some of the oldest and worst insulated housing stock in all of Europe. Because of this, millions of people across the country struggle to keep their homes adequately warm during the cold winter months
Thankfully, there are a variety of solutions available which can empower households to improve the energy performance of their property and to cut the cost of spiralling energy bills.
All year round BHESCo offer residents of Brighton and Hove free, impartial, expert advice to help make energy costs more affordable for everyone. Many of the people we speak to are marginalised and are on a very low-income, meaning they may often have to make the impossible decision between heating Read more…