Monthly Archives: April 2015

  • The world is at last generating renewable energy on a major scale

    Renewable energy is at last reflecting globally as a noteworthy source of power. Spured on through fast growth amongst developing countries and freshly built carbonless power plants have surged to a record breaking 100,000 megawatts of capacity and whats more at highly competitive prices to give the fossil fuel market a run for its money. A recent report undertaken by the Frankfurt school UNEP centre outlines the impressive rise of renewables such as solar, wind and boimass combining a whopping 9.1% of the worlds electricity under 2014. Much of these resources constructed the major weight b ...
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  • Windfarm combat: Sensational electricity innovation or blemish on our countryside?

    With the elections only a short distance away the Conservatives earlier this year embodied a scheme into their manifesto ensuring that no additional public subsidies for onshore windfarms will be made available. They will alter the law so that the local residence surrounding a development will have the ultimate say on windfarm entreaty. It comes under the limelight as many people who are currently living near them deem them as an eye sore and want them gone from their neighbouring landscape. The Conservatives plan aims to safeguard our countryside and give the ultimate authority of the project to the local residents who have to endure the consequence and rightly so. If like many of us you ...
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  • Spring has arrived yet the home improvement season has just begun.

    We’re touching distance away from summer, still now is the most convenient time to get underway with thinking around updating, extending or renovating your property and heres why.

    Summer is renowned as a hotbed season in terms of property sales however perhaps you’ve decided that your really quite happy with your current habitat but you’d entirely reap the rewards of some additional living space. It might be that your considering developing the budding loft space or it could be that your chewing over an extension, what ever your plans are now is the time to plan. As Benjamin Franklin the electricity pioneer once said If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.

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  • Looking for a versatile electric heating system?

    Perhaps your looking at installing a central heating system in an outbuilding garage or workshop. You may of even gone as far as receiving eyebrow raising quotes for a plumber to lay pipes and connect to a mains gas? Don’t worry your not alone things can get quite expensive when contemplating of going down this route. Nonetheless have you considered a new wave of wall mounted electric radiators? They boast low eco running costs from just a few pence per hour and provide unparalleled versatility over any other current heating system.

    Versatility

    Thats right a new generation off electric radiators are entirely eco friendly and posses unrivalled flexibility. Many consumers in ...
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