carbon footprint

ADEY discusses how installers can help households reduce carbon footprint at NetZeroFESTIVAL

ADEY is delighted to be part of Installer’s NetZeroFESTIVAL, giving you tips on how we can all help the UK towards a greener future. Learn more about the impact that inefficient heating systems can have on the environment and what you can do to reduce a household’s carbon footprint quickly and easily. The session will […]

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2030 decarbonisation target will be in Labour Manifesto

The Shadow Energy Minister, Tom Greatrex, has announced that the next Labour Manifesto will include a commitment to decarbonise the UK’s electricity supply by 2030. He also said Labour has a “relentless desire to take forward the offshore wind industry” which it will put into practice if it wins the next election in 2015. The […]

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Minister welcomes Carillion’s sustainability lead

Rt Hon Greg Barker MP has given a key-note speech at the launch of the latest Annual Sustainability Report by leading support services provider Carillion. The Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change joined around 150 guests at an event in the Houses of Commons hosted by Wolverhampton South West MP Paul Uppal and […]

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Nu and improved Villa Park

Aston Villa has become the country’s first carbon-neutral football club thanks to help from burner manufacturer, Nu-way. The club now has a comprehensive waste management programme in place. This includes reducing its electricity consumption and having remote control of its heating, lighting and electrical equipment. A Nu-way burner is responsible for powering Villa Park’s undersoil […]

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Climate Energy gains Green Deal authorisation

Climate Energy, one of the UK’s carbon reduction groups, has now received authorisation from Ed Davey, Secretary of State, to act as a Green Deal Provider for both domestic and non-domestic Green Deal work. Climate Energy will now be added to the Register of Green Deal Providers in accordance with Regulation Eight of the Green […]

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