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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

EU’s clean up examined

0 / August 31, 2015 10:29

An ambitious de-carbonising target for power generation and other key industrial sectors has been set by the European Union, on top of a goal to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions

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

Fin-tastic solution

0 / August 9, 2015 11:18

Social housing contractor, United House has completed a £500k low-carbon overhaul of seven properties on the Queens Park Estate, in Westminster, on behalf of the Dolphin Square Foundation.  Since the

Styrofoam-wrapped award

Styrofoam-wrapped award

0 / July 27, 2015 11:58

An office building featuring Styrofoama insulation from Dow Building Solutions has won Best Sustainable Development in the prestigious LABC Construction Excellence awards scheme. The office is part of the new

Heat system targeted at vulnerable residents

Heat system targeted at vulnerable residents

0 / July 11, 2015 09:30

A flagship eco-village development in Greater Manchester is to have an innovative heating system installed to aid its vulnerable residents in warming their properties. City West Housing Trust’s £14.3m Barton

Energy saving

Energy saving

0 / July 5, 2015 09:15

With energy prices on the rise and the UK’s demand for power set to double by 2050, consumers will continue to pay increased charges. With that in mind, the Government

Sustainability at the heart of St Catherine’s Mews

Sustainability at the heart of St Catherine’s Mews

0 / July 1, 2015 14:05

St Catherines Mews, a social housing development in Scunthorpe, is benefitting from the installation of 360 Kingspan Renewables Thermomax solar thermal vacuum tube collectors, to ensure the project is in

On the fly

On the fly

0 / June 23, 2015 08:48

An increase in the amount of domestic and industrial waste disposed of illegally is a direct result of regulations aimed at ensuring their safe disposal, claims Anyjunk.co.uk’s founder Jason Mohr.

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