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Energy efficiency improvements for community buildings

This handy guide highlights what you should do to improve energy efficiency in your community building and how to create a meaningful action plan to make it happen.

This free resource offers vital insight into changes you can make to improve energy efficiency in your community building, and how you can make them.

Every building is different and how you use energy will depend on a range of factors, such as the type of building, how the building is used and what heating system and appliances it has. But whether you work at a scout hut, church or village hall, there are steps you can take to reduce wasted energy. This will save you money on your bills and cut your carbon emissions.

This guide outlines the key changes that can be made in buildings to improve their energy efficiency; explains what you should consider when making building changes; take you through practical steps to understand options and build an action plan; and signpost you to where on the CSE advice site you can get further information.

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