Energy Saving Trust's response to the Ofgem tariff price cap announcement: energy efficiency measures are the long term solution to reducing energy costs.
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Energy Saving Trust’s Head of Policy, David Weatherall, gives some thoughts on the budget and what it means for the transition to a low carbon, low energy buildings.
Home Energy Scotland, a network of advice centres managed by Energy Saving Trust has won the 'Best Customer Focus' category in the Summer 2018, Best Business Awards.
Energy Saving Trust announces the finalists for the 2018 Fleet Heroes Awards.
There is huge potential for solar photovoltaic panels on UK homes, and it’s a technology that’s well liked by the public. For the last eight years, the government has supported homeowners to fit solar PV with the Feed in Tariff (FIT) subsidy. Close to 750,000 homes in the UK now have these systems...
Energy Saving Trust welcomes the report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on Global Warming of 1.5C.
Energy Performance Certificates are rising higher up the political agenda with consultations from Westminster and Scottish Governments discussing the future of the certificate system. Brian Horne, Energy Saving Trust’s Knowledge Manager, gives his view on the current value and future of EPCs.
Energy Saving Trust's response to the news that Citizens Advice Bureau is calling for a delay in the rollout of smart meters.
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