HeatHack is a national volunteer group doing good work helping UK community spaces and churches understand and improve thermal comfort and heating.
They are holding an event on Thursday 25th January 10am – 12noon at Augustine United Church, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EL focussing on ways to reduce energy waste in buildings by helping community groups think more about venue heating controls and how they use them.
All attendees will receive a free volunteer-build temperature and relative humidity monitor that sends readings to the internet, thanks to the Edinburgh Tool Library Retrofixers (partners in the Collective) and HeatHack funders: the Royal Academy of Engineering ‘Ingenious’ programme.
This is a free in-person event open to all community venues and churches needing support.
Interested community group members can register via Eventbrite.