Energy Efficiency

Spiralling bills causing spike in homeowners looking top improve energy efficiency

Dramatic spikes in energy prices are causing faster changes in UK homeowners’ attitudes to green home improvements, according to new research from NatWest and S&P Global. The latest instance of the Greener Homes Attitudes Tracker has shown increased urgency on the part of UK households to make improvements in the energy efficiency, and so the environmental […]

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A new lifestyle framework for sustainability

Our world is changing in ways we could never have imagined just a few months ago.  Our fast-track shift into a ‘new normal’ has many implications for the old framework for sustainability, and it is already evident in the world of air conditioning. Kelly Butler, Group Marketing Director of Aspen Pumps Group, explores how behaviours […]

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We need to improve the energy efficiency of existing homes now – warns TrustMark

Improving the energy efficiency and reducing the carbon emissions of our nation’s homes is one of the major ways to hit the Government’s target of being carbon neutral by 2050 says Simon Ayers, TrustMark CEO: The ever-growing awareness and concern over the climate change is a welcome one and the action to reduce plastic and bring […]

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Revealed: The best (and worst) areas for energy efficiency in England and Wales

Revealed: The best (and worst) areas for energy efficiency within homes in England and Wales Everest study analyses 15,623,536 home Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) across the country to reveal the best and worst rated areas for energy efficiency Despite being the most expensive place to live for property prices – London homes are the most […]

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"Severely low level of awareness" of support for people struggling to pay their utility bills – Says new research

New research has found severely low levels of awareness about the support systems available to people who are struggling to pay their utility bills. The study, completed by outsourced customer contact specialist Echo Managed Services, surveyed 1,000 UK residents on their experiences, knowledge and attitudes to household arrears. Key amongst the report findings was that, […]

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