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Carbon Trust Workplace Energy Reduction

Focus On Reducing Energy Consumption At Work

Less than a quarter of UK employees have been asked to help save energy at work, and fewer than half are concerned about the...
Ecobuild

Government To Drive Green Growth At Ecobuild

A new Government partnership has been forged between UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) and Ecobuild to attract inward investment and drive export growth for the...
Juliet Davenport of Good Energy and Patrick Begg National Trust

Key National Trust Renewables Projects Get Green Light

A trio of milestones have been passed in the National Trust’s pilot phase of its proposed major renewables investment programme after planners gave the...
NWF Fuels

Profits Grow At NWF Despite Lower Heating Oil Demand

NWF Group plc, the specialist agricultural, food, fuel and heating oil distribution business has announced that profit before tax for the 6 months to...
Kilkenny

SEAI Complete €3m Kilkenny Energy Saving Project

The Republic of Ireland's Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Phil Hogan TD, has marked the completion of a significant energy retrofit...
Sustainable Energy Association

Goodbye Micropower Council, Hello SEA

The Micropower Council's Executive Committee has announced it is to become the Sustainable Energy Association. The organisation will be focussed on linking together energy...
Greg Barker

Green Deal Bolstering Household Energy Efficiency Claims DECC

When the Green Deal was first established, the government claimed it would act as a catalyst to grow the energy efficiency market in Great...
Maes Yr Onn

Focus On Award Winning Welsh Farmhouse

An exemplary off grid farmhouse designed by BRE Wales has scooped the Royal Town Planning Institute Cymru Award for 2013. Maes Yr Onn, which is...
Paul Wheelhouse

Scottish Government Responds To CCC Report

The Scottish Government has responded to the Committee on Climate Change’s advice to HM Government on the Fourth Carbon Budget, which covers the period...
Scottish Government

Over 25% Of Scots Living With Fuel Poverty

Fuel poverty in Scotland declined between 2011 and 2012, yet 27.1% of households are still estimated to be ‘fuel poor’. The Scottish House Condition Survey...

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Winners of the Best Retail Shop, Stevenson’s Of Oxbridge, Stockton-On-Tees

Certas SuperStation 2017 – Winners Announced

Now in its sixth year, Certas Energy’s award-winning forecourt standards competition, SuperStation, reached its exciting climax for 2017 at Chesford Grange, Warwickshire on Thursday 12...
OFTEC Appoints New Inspector

OFTEC Appoints New Inspector