Don’t laugh, but the UK could be set for a record-breaking summer with the mercury set to hit 35C. Despite large parts of the country being covered in cloud and chill, weather experts are predicting a risk of heatwaves… Continue reading
Could your organisation or community group benefit from a grant? The county council is encouraging community groups and organisations to apply for Shire Climate Change grants which can help improve their buildings.
Grants of up to £5,000 to reduce carbon… Continue reading
The STA has published a summary of current solar deployment  at a major crunch point for the solar industry. This was reported in national media over the Easter weekend. The data shows that this year, solar retrofits on… Continue reading
Well what could possibly go wrong. I was a seasoned energy efficiency and renewables professional. I understood my market, I had weathered the storms of energy policy volatility, the group I had been brought in to support were… Continue reading
British scientists exploring an underwater mountain in the Atlantic Ocean have discovered a treasure trove of rare minerals.
Their investigation of a seamount more than 500km (300 miles) from the Canary Islands has revealed a crust of “astonishingly rich” rock.… Continue reading
Suppliers will not be allowed to back-bill customers for energy used more than 12 months ago under new proposals from Ofgem.
Back-bills mainly result from suppliers using estimated bills until they take an actual meter reading which may show that… Continue reading
Well most of us have now heard about them, or seen the Gaz and Leccy adverts.
Every energy supplier must offer its customers a smart meter by 2020. But it’s not compulsory to have one.
So, should we bot… Continue reading
The Government has announced important changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive. Follow our link to find out more…