The Association of Local Energy Officers (ALEO) is a not-for-profit organisation supporting local government officers with a remit for reducing all aspects of the UK’s domestic-sector carbon footprint and tackling fuel poverty.
ALEO is supported by the ALEO National Secretariat which also maintains this website. If you have any suggestions for news items, events, documents or job vacancies that you would like us to post on this site, or any other comments or suggestions, please let us know by emailing email@example.com
Please also feel free to post your comments, questions and experiences related to domestic energy efficiency, fuel poverty and climate change on the ALEO online discussion forums.
The ALEO National Secretariat also publishes the ALEO magazine, three times a year. To download the latest issue, as well as all previous editions, and for more information on how to contribute articles, please visit the ALEO Magazine page.
ALEO National Conferences
ALEO National Conferences are held throughout the UK. For more information on attending or exhibiting at forthcoming conferences and to download presentations from previous events, please visit the conferences pages.
ALEO and CAN Regional Networks and Meetings
Each region of England and Wales has its own Network (known either as ALEO or CAN, depending upon the region), as well as its own pages on this website. Email news and updates are distributed to members by the regional secretariats and regular forum meetings are also held in each of the ALEO/CAN regions. Please click on your region name, in the top-right menu, to visit the site for the region in which you are based, or visit the regions page for a clickable map.
Please use the form at the bottom right of this page to enquire about joining your regional Network or to enquire about membership of ALEO at a national level if your organisation is not based in a particular region. Membership terms vary depending on the region, but membership is generally open to employees of local authorities, housing associations and charities with an interest in domestic energy efficiency, fuel poverty or climate change, with associate membership also available to private sector employees and other interested parties in most regions.
As of 2 February 2016, the Carbon Action Network changed its national identity to the Association of Local Energy Officers (ALEO). For more information, please see: www.aleo.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=86&t=744