Village Views & News

June 2024

The low carbon heating feasibility study is just getting going, funded by the Community Energy Fund (CEF). Our pull-out suppliment this month gives some further background and a timetable for the main steps. The full suppliment can be viewed here.

May 2024

This month, Ian discusses how he uses ‘load shifting’ to reduce electricity costs. We also give an update on the Community Energy Fund project which will be starting soon. It is exciting to be able to take this next step in our Energy Project, and we’d like to involve as many people in the village

April 2024

We ran a very successful open day at the Village Hall in March, with an estimated 100 people visiting from at least 14 different villages and towns around Uttlesford. Visitors were able to hear information on available grants, help with listed buildings, heat pumps, solar PV and batteries and general energy savings advice. Examples of

March 2024

This month’s project update in the Village Views included information on thermal imaging, and interviews with two Littlebury residents about their air-source heat pumps.

February 2024

In this month’s Littlebury Energy Project (LEP) update, we talk to Gordon Ridgewell about his recent experience of having solar panels installed and also to Jonathan Ashe about the issues affecting houses in the Littlebury Conservation Area. The photographer Gordon Ridgewell moved to Littlebury about 10 years ago, his late wife Megan’s family having been associated with

January 2024

Last year, a new initiative was started to help Littlebury residents save money and reduce their energy consumption, the Littlebury Energy Project (LEP). Ian Dunham, who has lived in Littlebury for 29 years, met with Chris Dodge, the project’s coordinator, to learn more. Ian Dunham: What is the Littlebury Energy Project, and how did it arise? Chris

December 2023

The December Village Views article gave an update on the Littlebury Energy Project to date, and listed upcoming plans.

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