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New European project launched to promote EV fleets

04/03/2015
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Pan-European fleet operators to receive free mentoring support to adopt electric vehicles in a new project, while the campaign seeks more fleets and industry partners to maximise the reach and impact of the project.       

Energy Saving Trust launches database of energy saving products

03/03/2015
How we help save energy in England, Northern Ireland, How we help save energy in Scotland, Wales

EST Online is a comprehensive list of domestic energy saving products for tradespeople with almost 1000 products already added to the database. 

Councils struggle to identify leaky homes

04/02/2015
How we help save energy in England, Northern Ireland, How we help save energy in Scotland, Wales

EST study finds many councils lack the insight to develop domestic energy efficiency strategies. This lack of accurate data is an obstacle to action, according to the report. Join our webinar to share analysis of UK housing data and advice to managers on cost-effective approaches. 

Energy Saving Trust launches Plug-in advice tool

23/01/2015
How we help save energy in England, Northern Ireland, How we help save energy in Scotland, Wales

Energy Saving Trust (EST) has launched a free online advice service called the Plug-in Vehicle tool for organisations that want to reduce costs and cut their carbon emissions with ultra-low emission vehicles.

 

Brits could save £500m a year if they take control of their heating while households could save £75 a year

21/10/2014
How we help save energy in England, Northern Ireland, How we help save energy in Scotland, Wales

The Big Energy Saving Week campaign has launched the heating myth-buster and urges customers to switch supplier. Findings include: 

  • Four fifths of British people believe they understand their heating controls, yet half misuse energy when they turn up their thermostat. 
  • Nearly 40 per cent of Brits think it’s more efficient to leave the heating on all the time,while only a quarter of bill payers have changed energy supplier in the last year. 

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