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Energy efficiency specialist Robin Thom scoops Energy Efficiency Consultant of the year awards

Energy efficiency specialist, Robin Thom has been named Energy Efficiency Consultant of the year in the 2017 West Midlands Regional Energy Efficiency & Healthy Homes Awards. The title recognises the exceptional efforts and results Robin has made and achieved in delivering best practice in energy efficiency solutions within his local community, together with excellent customer […]

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Are the Building Regulations being enforced?

Energy efficiency campaigner and founder of Cambridge-based Green Heat Ltd., Peter Thom, is becoming increasingly concerned that Building Regulations are being regularly flouted in the growing market for replacing gas boilers with electric heating appliances. In a letter to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Sajid Javid MP, Peter points out that […]

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Frustrated energy efficiency campaigner writes open letter to the Prime Minister

Two years on from announcing his ‘uncoupling’ from the failed Green Deal, energy efficiency campaigner, Peter Thom, has written to the Prime Minister to express his serious concerns over the recommendations made in the recently published ‘Each Home Counts’ Bonfield Review. In an open letter to Theresa May, Green Heat’s founder and managing director expresses […]

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Green Heat welcomes appointment of Greg Clark as Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Energy efficiency champion, Peter Thom, has welcomed the Prime Minister’s move to bring together business and energy efficiency policy with the appointment of Greg Clark to the Cabinet in the newly created role of Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). “I believe bringing together business and energy efficiency in this appointment […]

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Poor energy efficiency ratings could lose house-sellers thousands

Would-be New Year house-sellers are being urged to make sure their property is energy efficient before it goes on the market, or risk losing thousands. Figures from a recent survey conducted by SellingUp.com suggest energy efficiency ratings could be a deal-breaker, with over half (59%) of potential purchasers saying they would drop their offer if […]

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