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Power up with solar

0 / September 2, 2015 17:00

North Tyneside Council and E.ON have announced a joint project to fit solar panels to council homes and buildings – saving tenants money and reducing carbon emissions. Around 3,000 houses

I’ll huff and I’ll puff

0 / August 23, 2015 11:24

Inspire is set to be the largest straw bale development in Europe Straw bale houses were once confined to a children’s story – who could forget that poor piggy’s cry,

Opinion: Less talk and more action

Opinion: Less talk and more action

0 / August 23, 2015 11:24

Malcolm Chumbley, head of land and development at Cluttons believes it’s time for the UK Government to explain how it intends to plug the ever-growing housing gap The Government recently

Soapbox: To light or not to light?

Soapbox: To light or not to light?

0 / August 23, 2015 11:02

The Alternative Energy Spcialists poses the question: Is light pollution inevitable and how much of a problem is it? James Abbott Member of the Campaign for Dark Skies www.britastro.org/dark-skies ‘Is light pollution a

On the crest of a wave

0 / August 22, 2015 16:56

Neptune Renewable Energy has been given parliamentary consent for the deployment of its tidal stream power device. The company has been issued with a Transport and Works Act Order following

A revamp for the BRE

A revamp for the BRE

0 / August 19, 2015 16:52

The Victorian Terrace at the BRE has been refurbished into three energy-efficient homes. A key energy efficiency problem at the property was its former sash windows; although aesthetically pleasing the Victorian

Electric vehicle charging requires investment in cyber security

Electric vehicle charging requires investment in cyber security

0 / August 17, 2015 12:17

The technology associated with electric vehicle (EV) charging is evolving, and many are identifying requirements and risks associated with adding significant new demands to the electrical grid.  One of the most pressing challenges

Social housing to go green

0 / August 15, 2015 16:47

Government have launched a £3 million scheme to help install eco-heaters into the homes of social housing tenants. Biomass boilers, solar hot water panels and heat pumps are just a

Shiny happy people

Shiny happy people

0 / August 15, 2015 14:48

EOS Energy is putting the finishing touches to a £3m array of photovoltaic cells at Hendra Holiday Park in Newquay, Cornwall. The Warwickshire-based company has installed 5000 PV units spread

Praise for insulation

0 / August 12, 2015 11:20

The UK’s first rural affordable housing accredited Passivhaus scheme has been completed, and the housing association behind the project has praised the below-slab insulation. The scheme in Wimbish, Essex, features

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