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Oxford City Council takes on powers to improve the energy efficiency standards of properties

A local authority has taken on powers to improve the energy efficiency standards of commercial and private rented properties, a…

Energy Saving Trust Announces 7 Key Principles for Building Energy Efficiency

The Energy Saving Trust (EST) has long championed raising the level of energy efficiency in new homes, and now, the…

Retrofitting Buildings for Energy Efficiency should be prioritized over Demolition, Experts Argue

Lowering or cancelling VAT for energy efficiency retrofit works to bring them more in line with new builds should be…

Big Energy Saving Week 2020: Making Your Home More Energy Efficient to Help Combat the Climate Crisis

The Big Energy Saving Week 2020 was officially launched yesterday, the 20th of January. Funded by the UK and Scottish…

New net zero carbon neighbourhood approved for Wales

Plans for building a new £8m net zero carbon neighbourhood consisting of 35 new homes have been granted planning consent…

New Coalition for the Energy Efficiency of Buildings (CEEB) aims to streamline financing for energy improvement projects

The Green Finance Institute has recently announced the formation of the Coalition for the Energy Efficiency of Buildings (CEEB), which…

Energy saving to drive forward home automation market, study forecasts

The global home automation market is likely to expand at a rate of 6.8% between 2018 and 2026, with energy…

Ireland launches new project to bolster home energy efficiency

Ireland has recently launched a €11m project to fund 50 cutting-edge research, development and demonstration energy projects, a recent news…

Over 2.5 million households are being unfairly charged for their utilities, report reveals

An estimate 9% of all customers received inaccurate energy bills last year, with a total of more than 2.5 million…

Energy bills set to drop by October

According to MoneySavingExpert, your current energy bills could fall by £75 a year from October. This is due to Ofgem…