Monthly Archives: October 2015

  • Q - The Latest Electric Radiators Technology

    This week we saw the latest release of one of Great Britain’s most iconic films. James Bond. The series is especially renowned for it’s British engineered gadgets and technology. Yet have you considered heating your home or development with the most advanced energy efficient electric radiators?

     
    With highly developed electric heaters you can finally take control over your energy bills. Highly refined models such as the SlimPro range, feature integrated digital thermostats in each unit, together with the benefit of a highly advanced microprocessor which ensures ...
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  • The UK could obtain it’s entire energy demand from renewables

    As a result from the continuing development amongst storage and smart technology combined with the plummeting costs in renewable energy, a new survey has revelled that the UK could generate over 80% of it’s electricity supply purely though solar, tidal and wind generation.

    The research arrives during the same week that Mr Cameron controversially agreed the go ahead to a large scale nuclear power plant named Hinkley Point C, controversially backed by Chinese funding. Ironically in the same week Britain's Prime Minister gave the green light towards a new nuc ...
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  • Electric Radiators: The future of heating

    The most signifiant misapprehension in the heating sector today is that electric heating is out of date. A proportion of consumers still regard electric heating as purely oil filed radiators or storage heaters in the company of expensive running costs. These particular electric heating products revert back to the 1960s and like most electric technology since then, has significantly developed over the last 15 years. Advances in finer energy saving capacity, refined settings and specifications shape for a superior electrical product. Winding back to the 50s there was a significant boom in a range of electric appliances in almost every sector imaginable. ironing, cookers and kitchen blenders ...
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  • How can I reduce climate change at home?

    Switch to a green energy supplier

    In todays energy market there are numerous suppliers that pride themselves in offering a green electricity supply. Although at this moment in time there isn’t a single large scale energy supplier offering a totally zero carbon emission electricity supply. There are however a handful that are close enough, one of the worst offenders based on grams of CO2 per kWh is an unnamed big six energy provider. Their carbon emissions total a colossal 531 grams of CO2 per kWh. Compare that to one of the UK’s greenest energy suppliers, coming in at just 8 grams of CO2 per kWh and it’s an enormous difference. Altho ...
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  • Autumn household DIY

    October has arrived, you may of become conscious of leaves turning to a mixture of deep gold and copper, evening daylight becoming shorter and temperatures stealthily edging colder. October is a striking period of the year, we retreat from the plummeting outdoor temperatures and exchange summer clothing for our cosy winter wardrobes. You may already be an eager DIY enthusiast with a host of tasks to complete, however we too are ready to share our preliminary autumn tips towards a cosy and pleasant home during winter.

    Get your conservatory in line for winter

    Conservatories are heavenly during summer months but can be intolerable under cold temperatures. There ...
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