Historic England’s Generating Energy in Older Houses provides guidance on types of microrenewables and installation in traditional homes.
CPRE’s Get Generating provides a starting-point for rural communities and local councils looking into community-based renewable energy projects.
Energy: Grow Your Own includes the National Trust’s approach to more sustainable energy options, including case studies from their own estate.
Energy at Home is a B&NES Council-run website offering guidance and examples of energy-saving measures in homes within the Bath and North-East Somerset area. Grants and loans are also highlighted to help cover retrofitting costs.
Transition Bath identifies renewable energy opportunities within the south west on its Energy Group Projects page, as well as offering advice to homeowners about retrofits.
Energy Service Bristol offers advice and initiatives on energy retrofits for businesses and residents.
Futureproof Energy Saving Measures offers free guidance for homeowners in the south-west investigating possible retrofit options within the home.
Renewable and Low Carbon Energy in Buildings is the Welsh Government’s definitive guidance for the production and use of green energy.
Historic Environment Scotland’s Microrenewables in the Historic Environment offers more specific guidance about the installation of different types of microrenewables, such as solar panels, heat pumps, and biomass boilers.
The National Trust’s Energy page has a wealth of resources about ongoing sustainability projects across their estates.