Participants sought for study about consumer preferences of heating systems in Northern Ireland
Take part in group discussions about developing better heating systems for buildings in Northern Ireland.
You are kindly invited to take part in group discussions about developing better heating systems for buildings in Northern Ireland.
Through these discussions, we hope to find out more about your opinions of household heating systems, their impact on the environment and visons towards efficient and eco-friendly heating systems in the future.
These discussions are part of the UKERC project “Zero in on NI Heat” developed by Ulster University. They will be conducted by the Centre for Sustainable Technologies, Ulster University in Jordanstown campus over the weeks in May and June 2019. Each discussion session will run for a maximum of 1.5 hours.
If you are aged between 20 and 60, live, work or study in Northern Ireland, and have not already taken part in this project, please click on the link below and answer a few basic questions as part of the selection process.
Every selected participant gets a £10 voucher!
All selected participants will be informed about date and venue of the group discussions via indicated contact details from the selection questionnaire.
Your emails address or phone number will be stored separately from your responses to the questionnaire so that your answers remain confidential and anonymous.
Register your interest by 20th May 2019.