Energy Bills Unaffordable For ManyEnergy bills are already unaffordable for a third of consumers in the UK and that’s before the costs of the Government greener energy investment programme are added.
Energy bills and emissions still rising due to gadget addiction, says reportEnergy Saving Trust says consumers must be weaned off TVs, laptops, tablet PCs and fridges if emission targets are to be met
UK Government and renewables industry work on £1.2 million training packageThe UK’s renewable energy trade association RenewableUK is working with the Government to set up a £1.2 million training initiative to bridge the green skills training gap.
Solar May Produce Most of World’s Power by 2060, IEA SaysSolar generators may produce the majority of the world’s power within 50 years, slashing the emissions of greenhouse gases that harm the environment, according to a projection by the International Energy Agency.
Insulated Britain - how many homes have been treated?Over 2.6m homes across Britain have been insulated under the Government's energy saving scheme. Find out how your local authority has been affected
Green Deal could be a golden opportunity for housingGreen Deal could put housing associations back at the heart of their communities
Green deal could attract £12 billion to social housing sectorThe government’s flagship green deal could see £12 billion invested into the UK’s social housing stock, according to a report seen exclusively by Sustainable Housing.
Sealing the dealFrom the way it is funded to the technology it will use, many questions remain about how the green deal will work.
Manchester councils mull creation of green special purpose vehicleA group of councils is leading advanced talks to set up a special purpose vehicle to invest in solar photovoltaic panels in the north west.
Renewable heat joins the green dealA government subsidy for households generating their own renewable heat has been delayed until October 2012 so that it can join the green deal programme.
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