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Energy forecast can help take advantage of a greener grid

• WWF green energy forecast launches • Concept could lead to more renewable electricity being used • Tech and tariffs offer chance to save cash and carbon Weather forecasts are forever useful; whether it’s helping you decide whether to take an umbrella with you when you leave the house, or giving...

Submitted by Gary Hartley on Tue, 26/09/2017 - 12:20

26/09/2017

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Green strategy and politics Energy and water efficiency at home air source heat pumps CCC Committee on Climate Change district heat green heating ground source heat pumps heat pumps low-carbon heating report RHI WWF

Heat is on over technology targets

The WWF has called on the UK Government to put its weight behind green heating. In the Warm homes, not warm words report, the campaign group has put forward a case for the Committee on Climate Change’s ambitious low carbon heating recommendations to be viewed as a realistic proposition. It calls...

Submitted by Gary Hartley on Mon, 15/12/2014 - 09:20

15/12/2014

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Products and technology Green strategy and politics Asia energy CCS China China UK links climate change fuel cells global sustainability green economy green innovation green-tech WWF

Eco-opportunity knocks in China

With China’s huge population, massive economic growth and burgeoning infrastructure, there’s no doubt that the Asian powerhouse poses a stern test for global sustainability. But it also offers big opportunities, according to WWF-UK’s green game-changers report . In China, electric vehicle...

Submitted by Gary Hartley on Wed, 08/01/2014 - 08:45

08/01/2014

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Green strategy and politics Energy and water efficiency at home ACE DECC electricity use energy efficiency Feed-in Tariff FiT Green Alliance Powering the Nation reducing demand WWF

Time for an EE-FIT?

Energy efficiency has unfairly been known to attract the reputation of being the ‘dull end’ of green options available, but finding ways to use less in the first place is the quickest way to achieve big savings, whether that’s measured in carbon or money. Despite the slow-burning incentive to use...

Submitted by Gary Hartley on Tue, 28/05/2013 - 09:05

28/05/2013

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