Oct 18, 2018 Last Updated 10:41 AM, Oct 15, 2018
An energy-saving initiative undertaken by Hampshire County Council is on track to save the local authority an estimated £11,000 a year following the implementation of a transformational energy-efficient lighting investment project.
Local authorities across the UK are facing the challenge of providing high-quality public services at times of budgeting. To counter this, many are recognising the benefit of investing in energy efficient street lighting technologies as an effective means to drive down energy bills.
The listed 19th Century former Schoolhouse overlooking the Dublin mountains was renovated and extended to create a new energy efficient residential family home.
Natural energy supplier, Euroheat is helping the UK’s leading agricultural and sports college save an impressive 400,000kg of carbon per year by making the switch to biomass technology in a bid to reduce its annual £800,000 energy bill, while receiving Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments…
The UK's shameful housing stock could be about to see some significant energy saving improvements to help those most vulnerable and in turn save our public services millions of pounds. Greg Astill, Technical Product Manager at Sto, discusses how poor housing can equate to poor…
With an increased range of energy-efficient heating solutions on offer to meet the low carbon requirements of Part L, Chris Meir looks at the options and how best to maximise energy and carbon savings in new-build educational developments.

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