Tag Archives: energy efficiency

  • Heating a mobile home, cabin, caravan or static trailer

    Mobile homes and static cabins allow for a cost effective primary as well as secondary holiday home. Since the majority of mobile homes and cabins are off gird you will inevitably be faced with the dilemma of how to heat your home efficiently. When furnishing your carbon with the correct procedures coupled with fitting the latest heating technology providing your cabin with a warm environment doesn’t need to be expensive. Whether you are a property investor or a private owner below we have provided you with the latest technology and formulas to ensure that your mobile home consumes the least amount of energy needed in order to comfortably heat your property.< ...
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  • What is the future energy source?

    If we could fast forward 15 years the technology that would really blow ones mind would not be the copious fields of wind turbines but in truth the thousands of developments that have entered our daily lives through more energy efficient applications. In turn through greater energy efficiency in our daily lives will present a reduced energy demand full stop. So what are the most significant energy expending areas you should take a look at? Household heating is generally the largest element that makes up a U.K. energy bill accounting for around 53% of electricity and gas bills.  Over recent years energy efficient electric radiators such as the Read more ...

  • How can I reduce my carbon footprint?

    Reducing your carbon footprint is easier than you might think and can often save you money too! Here are are 5 steps which you can utilise to help reduce global carbon emissions.

    1. As bizarre as this may sound a significant reduction in carbon emissions can be created using a simple lifestyle change with regard to eating less meat, particularly beef and lamb. This is owing to the fact that Sheep and Cows release immense volumes of Methane, a menacing global warming gas. To put things into perspective releasing 1kg of Methane into the atmosphere is the equivalent to releasing 25kg of Carbon Dioxide. What is even worse is Nitrous ...
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  • Brexit will formulate greater carbon cuts to EU countries

    The recent vote to ‘Brexit’ from the EU will leave the remaining 27 countries to significantly escalate their carbon emissions target cuts in order to counter balance for the carbon emissions gap left by the UK voting to leave the european union on June 23rd 2016.

    Technically speaking Britain is currently still part of the EU however once article 50 to leave is cited the remaining 27 countries will be required to pull up their socks and bridge the Co2 gap commitment left by the UK’s swift exit. Since the UK has one of Europe's leading green energy sectors it will consequently create a whopping whole, it’s estimated that each EU state m ...
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  • Smart meters in short

    With the governments £11 billion smart meter rollout currently underway are we actually up to date with what they are and why they are so beneficial that the government has made such a commitment to offer installation in every home and business in the UK. The rollout of smart meters commenced at the begging of this year 2016, although with 30 million properties to get through across England, Scotland and Wales there is an impressive completion deadline by 2020.

    The driving force behind the rollout has been largely pushed by the EU as a mode of encouraging energy efficiency and challeng ...
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  • Common Electric heating queries

    If you’re reading this article then there is a fine chance that you are considering upgrading to an advanced generation of energy efficient electric radiators. As you’re probably aware eco electric heating has advanced at lightning speeds over the last few years to a point we call state-of-the-art efficiency, helping you save money on your monthly energy bills allowing your cash to stretch further. It’s possible that you could book a holiday abroad or even purchase a new car from the potential money that can be saved. Perhaps your about to call My Electric Radiators with a query? Below is a brief run down of our most common electric heating questions.

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  • Low energy electric radiators in a nutshell

    Low energy electric radiators

    Energy efficient electric radiators such as the SlimPro are designed in a way that can not only help you save on your monthly energy bills but can also dramatically lower your carbon footprint. Constructed from recycled aluminium our radiators are sourced from environmentally sustainable origins. Not only this they look fantastic too moreover a proud upgrade to any home interior. Packed with built in 24hr 7 day program scheduling its possible to pre program ...
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  • Could a period of weak sun offset part of global warming in Europe?

    Fresh research has reported that global warming located in northern Europe along with eastern America could to a certain extent be offset within forthcoming winters due to the sun admitting into a substandard cycle, comparable to the one that permitted frost fairs to engage on the river Thames during the 17th and 18th century.

    Although the investigation claimed that any prospective depletion in solar motion would only hold a slight impact on temperature growth from a global scale. It’s estimated that this generous natural gift to us humans would postpone warming owing to our day to day emissions from cars and factories etc. by approximately two years. While this may not seem much ...
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  • Stiffer energy efficiency target would boost Britains economy by £62bn

    Environmentalists say that a 40% reduction in energy use by 2030 via means of efficiency control that by 2030 we should see an increase in Britain's GDP by a whopping £62bn, whilst also creating 40,000 new jobs in the process.

    Reaching a lower target of 30% would boost the UK economy by £17.3bn and make way for 13,000 jobs, claims a study by independent consultancy Cambridge Econometrics, gathered by WWF following an access to information request.

    The findings stress the importance of composing the economy to reduce its energy usage. ...
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  • Boris Johnson plans to bolster London's energy independance

    Mr Johnson announces his plans for London to produce 25% of its own power from local sources by 2025

    Boris Johnson outlines plans for the London mayor's office to become the UK's latest independent electricity supplier, officially launching next year. London are the first public authority to receive a electricity licence from regulator Ofgem.

    The scheme, likely to be named Energy for London will initially purchase electricity from small generators owned by public bodies and London boroughs, then plan to sell onto the Metropolitan police, Transport for London etc. However its first call concern is to appoint an operato ...
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