Low Carbon Advice Centre, Bracknell – Opening Saturday 15th December

Posted on December 7th, 2012

Electricity is one of those everyday things that we all take for granted, but how many of us think about the impact our power-hungry lifestyles are having on the thousands of miles of cables and wires that keep our homes and businesses energised? Thames Valley Vision is a £30 million, locally-based project led by Southern Electric Power Distribution (SEPD), the company which owns and maintains the local electricity network, with the aim of finding out more about how we all use electricity, so they can adapt the network to work best in the modern age.

‘Your Energy Matters’ is Thames Valley Vision’s exciting new pop-up advice centre, offering energy-saving tips and information to the local communities, and opens in Bracknell’s Charles Square on 15 December, with Jennie McCracken, Bracknell Forest Council Mayor cutting the ribbon to kickstart activities at 12 noon.

TVV – Award winning project

Posted on May 21st, 2012

On 28th March 2012, Bracknell Forest Council received the iESE Improvement and Efficiency Award for “Working Together” for their involvement in the Thames Valley Vision project. This award recognises the authority, department or project that has instigated the most impressive programme of shared working with other public sector organisations, local authorities, local businesses or national organisations. […]

TVV meets its first two SDRC milestones

Posted on May 21st, 2012

On the 1st March 2012, TVV met it’s first two key milestones or SDRCs (successful delivery reward criteria) that were presented in the project’s Bid submission to Ofgem. These SDRC’s were in relation to customer participation, and the TVV project team organised and ran a Low Carbon Consumer Consortium Event and a Consumer Focus Group. The Low […]