The city of Roeselare, who is a new observer partner in the Triple-A project, is proud to presents its Climate House. The Climate House is open since September this year and is located in the Blekerijstraat 100. This street aims to become ‘The Street of Tomorrow’. It is a living lab in the City of Roeselare with several partners who want to make as many houses as possible future-proof with respect to the climate. It promises well insulated houses and residents who deal with energy in the right way. The Climate House is an excellent demo exemplar and wants to help people on their way to take measures themselves.
The house is open to anyone: on Wednesdays from 10h to 12h and from 13h to 16h, or at any other time by appointment. During the tour, visitors get to know about which changes have been made in the house, they also get an explanation about the energy efficient devices that are used, etc. This way you learn what is useful to you or your landlord.
Every citizen of Roeselare can also ask questions about the current actions organised by the climate team, such as: the measuring bicycles project, group buying for roof and cavity wall insulation (together with Test-Aankoop), group buying for green electricity (together with the Province of West Flanders), LEDs save the planet,…
From 12 to 18 February 2018, the city of Roeselare organises a Climate Week. During this week all kinds of activities will take place in the Climate House or at other locations in the neighbourhood.