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UK developing a non-carbon prison

UK developing a non-carbon prison The development of what is described as the UK’s 1st ‘smart prison‘ will commence in autumn 2022. The government has signed a £400m contract with construction firm Kier to build the Category C facility in Full Sutton, East Yorkshire. The company stated that it has a goal to construct a…
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Madrid won’t be turning off lights to save energy

Madrid won’t be turning off lights to save energy The regional officer of Spain’s capital, Madrid has stated that the city won’t be switching off the lights to preserve energy ahead of the “tough” winter for countries all across the world. Her comments lead the statement of emergency actions from Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez.…
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Failure to deliver net zero plans

Failure to deliver net zero plans Current government programmes to decarbonise industries and support the UK hit its net zero aim by 2050 will be deemed as unsuccessfully executed. The worrisome discoveries come from the analysis report uploaded today by the Climate Change Committee (CCC) which shows that there are massive losses in delivery schemes…
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The ‘keep warm’ campaign by OVO Energy sparked criticism

The ‘keep warm’ campaign by OVO Energy has sparked criticism: A list of ways for customers to save money on their heating bills sparked widespread public outrage. An email sent to an unspecified number of SSE Energy Services customers, which was purchased by OVO Energy, listed “ten simple and cost effective ways to keep warm this…
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50% of employees might scrap WFH to save on heating

50% of employees might scrap WFH to save on heating: Rocketing energy bills due to the rise in wholesale gas prices, have left many employees considering returning to the office to save on their heating bills and keeping warm this winter. That’s as reported by a survey of 1,888 employees who had been working from…
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UK’s smart meter programme surpassed the 15M mark

UK’s smart meter programme surpassed the 15M mark: In the last month the UK’s smart meter programme has surpassed the 15 million installed devices milestone. Suggesting a total of 163,000 smart meter installations took place in February, is the latest report by the energy market data company ElectraLink. The analysis shows that compared to February…
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Typical household energy bills in 2020 lowest since 2017

Typical household energy bills in 2020 lowest since 2017: Average household energy bills in 2020 fell to the lowest position since 2017. That’s as reported from current research by Compare the Market, that says last year energy bills dropped by £172, in comparison to 2019. That may be an issue of the energy cap, brought…
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Almost 84% of UK homeowners will make property greener

Almost 84% of UK homeowners will make property greener: Nearly 84% of Brit homeowners intend to make energy efficiency improvements to their property over the next 12 months. That’s as reported in new research by the plumbing & heating trade supplier City Plumbing, which says nearly 53% of households propose to set out green measures…
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Smart homes could generate energy savings £2.5bn

Smart homes could generate energy savings £2.5bn:  AI-powered smart homes could serve as green power stations & make £2.5 billion of energy savings by 2030. This is according to a new analysis by Kaluza, an intelligent energy platform suggesting that connecting home energy systems to the grid through intelligent technology could help customers to save…
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