Earth Notes: Kingston's Efficient Homes and Low Carbon Transport Show (2024)

Updated 2024-06-17 12:03 GMT.
By Damon Hart-Davis.
Making our homes greener and boosting Kingston's green businesses!
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Kingston's Efficient Homes and Low Carbon Transport Show is all about creating more comfortable, energy efficient homes, and greener travel!

Event: Kingston's Efficient Homes and Low Carbon Transport Show 2024

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Kingston’s Efficient Homes Show - building a greener future, together!
  • Featuring: Various exhibitors and speakers
  • Free
  • Date:
  • Location: The Hollyfield School
    • Surbiton Hill Road
    • Surbiton
    • UK
  • Organiser:


From the council:

Kingston's Efficient Homes Show returns for a second year!

Join us for this FREE event to meet experts and organisations to find out about:

  • Reducing your energy bills
  • Technology like solar panels and heat pumps as well as insulation for roofs, walls and floors
  • Staying healthy by managing ventilation, mould and damp
  • Electric vehicles and electric charging points
  • Sustainable travel options like bikes, cargo bikes and electric bikes
  • Skills and job opportunities in the 'green' sectors
  • Grants and funding.

The event is aimed at:

  • Homeowners
  • Renters
  • Landlords
  • Anyone interested in, or curious about, training and employment in green industries
  • Businesses interested in making their premises healthier and more efficient
  • Businesses looking to develop new leads
  • Universities and Colleges interested in building relationships with businesses and attracting students
  • Estate and letting agencies.

Over 400 people signed up to attend last year and we expect the 2024 show to be even more popular.

Book your free tickets today and keep an eye on our website as more exhibitors will be added in the coming weeks.

We look forward to seeing you on the day.

The Efficient Homes Show has been created by Kingston Council, Kingston Chamber of Commerce, Kingston Green Business Community and with the support of Hollyfield School in Surbiton.

While there is limited parking at the school, we would encourage visitors to walk, cycle or take public transport to the event if possible.

Kingston Council cannot be held responsible for any of the services provided by the businesses represented at the show. It is important that before you engage with any business to provide services or products that you undertake your own due diligence to ensure quality of provision.

Short Talks

KEF (Kingston Environment Forum) has arranged for TTKEG (Transition Town Kingston Energy Group) to provide some short beginner-level talks:


KEF/TTKEG will also be providing one-to-one support chats for the public. For those who do not yet have a clue where to start, and beyond!

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