Gas Price Crisis: Why Are Gas Prices So High?
Energy prices are soaring and recent figures have warned that some businesses could be forced to close. The price rise is also causing fuel bills to rise for millions of households across the country – with further significant increases expected next year.
How to Stop Energy Price Rises
Stopping the constant rise in energy bills is becoming a growing concern for businesses and homeowners across the country. Especially, as colder weather looms and the winter months beckon, the time is approaching for the heating to be turned up to stay warm on the colder winter days.
5 Reasons Why You Need a Building Management System
HeatingSave offers a smart building energy management system capable of running any building more efficiently, and improving security whilst doing so. It drastically reduces wasted fuel and energy, cuts the cost of your utility bills and lowers CO2 emissions all whilst maintaining personal comfort conditions.
Most new homes in England offer higher energy efficiency, government figures reveal
The majority of new homes in England are in the most energy efficient bands, the latest figures released by the UK Government’s Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government have been able to reveal. In the last quarter 84% of new homes across the country were given an energy rating of A or B, compared […]
Almost a third of households waste energy by leaving the heating on, research report finds
Close to 26% of UK households waste energy by leaving the heating on within their homes even when they are unoccupied, a recent market research report has been able to suggest. The research commissioned by OnePoll amongst 2,000 adults also found that almost 26% of consumers keep the heating on when there is no one […]
UK government considers tougher energy standards for new builds and extensions
The UK government has set out plans to improve homes’ energy performance by making them subject to new higher energy efficiency standards, a recent news report has been able to suggest. The standards will apply to both new and existing homes, with all new homes required to have low-carbon heating such as heat pumps and […]
Building work under way on 214 new low carbon homes in Cardiff
A scheme comprising 214 new properties that will incorporate renewable technologies and smart energy management systems to significantly reduce the energy demand on the grid has started being developed in Cardiff, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest. The scheme will take energy performance standards to a new level […]
Future Homes Task Force set up to ensure housebuilding aligns to environmental legislation set up by the UK Government
A new cross-sector Future Homes Task Force set by the UK Government aims to assist the built environment sector in improving the environmental footprint of new housebuilding, a recent news report has been able to suggest. The Task Force will comprise of organisations across the built environment sector, as well as utility providers, material suppliers […]
Energy efficiency improvements in the social housing sector could help boost COVID-19 recovery
Improving the overall level of energy efficiency across the social housing stock could play a very important role in the UK Government’s post-pandemic economic recovery plans, the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) believes. Boosting investment in decarbonising social housing stock could generate thousands of jobs while achieving the government’s aim of reducing carbon emissions, the […]