(adapted from a communication from Changeworks)
University of Edinburgh research participants needed
Changeworks has partnered with the University of Edinburgh to deliver IDEAL, a cutting edge research project exploring how smart technology can help save energy in the home. They are looking for Edinburgh households (EH1-17) with gas combi boiler heating to participate.
The benefits include:
- Gaining insight into your home energy use
- Receiving a free android tablet used to display energy use information
- Receiving tailored advice from University of Edinburgh experts
- Hopefully saving money on gas and electricity bills
For more information visit changeworks.org.uk/projects/ideal or read this leaflet.
To get involved email your name, address, and contact details to IDEAL@changeworks.org.uk, or call 0131 539 8610.
LCCC neither recommends or discommends this offer, but does recommend considering information on potential domestic internet security issues. The Register and Wikipedia are not authoritative primary sources but the links within these articles may be worth following up.
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Want to ensure your voice is heard by Edinburgh Councillors, MSPs and MPs? Want to join the best hyperlocal-democratic body in Leith Central’s area? Then nominate a representative to Leith Central Community Council.
Up to 8 local organisations can be represented on Leith Central CC. Read on for how it’s done!
Nominations for CC elections open tomorrow, Monday 5 September.
Anyone on the voters register living in the LCCC area can be nominated as an ‘Elected Representative’; using the relevant form. Registered Community Groups put themselves forward as potential ‘Nominated Representative’ on LCCC.
Black and minority ethnic (BME) residents living in Edinburgh & the Lothians, and current community council members, are invited to
Celebrating Diversity in Community Councils.
Thursday, 11 August 2016, 6.00pm – 8.30pm
Royston Wardieburn Community Centre, 11 Pilton Drive North, Edinburgh EH5 1NF
The key aim of the event is to increase the representation of BME communities in community councils. It is hosted jointly by Edinburgh & Lothians Regional Equality Council (ELREC) project and Granton & District Community Council.
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