361 Energy Blog

Tackling fuel poverty in the community

North Devon’s 361 Energy CIC is backing national Fuel Poverty Awareness Day on Friday 17 February – as figures show that over 12,390 households in the area are struggling with their fuel bills. The day marks the end of the Warm Homes Campaign, run by fuel poverty...

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Smart Living in the Home

Mukti Mitchell, Director of North Devon’s CosyHome Company explains why insulating your home is a Smart move. As the Dalai Lama says: “Be wisely selfish”. In the same way, “smart living” is about making everyday lifestylechoices really smartly, so that the...

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REPAIR IT comes to Barnstaple

In a fix with your broken electrical items and gadgets? Well, Recycle Devon can help with that. They are putting on a series of community repair events across Devon and Torbay during September-November and the North Devon event will take place at the 361 Energy Fair...

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Inspired and encouraged by 361

The following article has been written by our new member, Tara Bowers, who is a Director of Hampshire Renewable Energy Co-op. Being a newcomer to North Devon and having a keen interest in all things sustainable I was pleased to find a number...

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RegenSW’s Smart Energy Marketplace

Smart Energy Marketplace has evolved from the hugely successful Renewable Energy Marketplace, which has attracted 100 exhibitors and 1500 visitors.  The event will be taking place on 17th March 2016 at Sandy Park in Exeter.  We are delighted that Olly Frankland, from...

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Co-cars – The pay as you go Car Club

Co-cars – The pay as you go Car Club Co-cars are the sponsors for the 361 Energy Fair this year.  Read this article written by Julie Bladon from Co-Cars which describes the Car Club that has now expanded to include Barnstaple. Co-Cars provides you with the freedom...

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Amigos – helping the Developing World

Saving Trees, Improving Lives   Uganda is expected to have no trees left by 2050. As the population grows and the rate of deforestation accelerates, the walk for firewood grows ever further as surrounding village trees are chopped down....

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