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How to Beat the Pending Rise in Energy Bills
It’s recently been announced that UK energy users could be faced with higher bills come April. This is the result of the likelihood of a new price cap. Given all of the other uncertainty facing UK residents at present, this is not welcome news, especially when you consider that the average UK household spend on […]Read More
10 Tips to be a More Energy Efficient SME
Running a small business can be expensive. You need to think about acquiring office space, buying accessories, and budgeting for important factors such as marketing. In order to keep the business running and help it to grow, you need to make sure you are being as cost effective as possible. One of the main ways […]Read More
UK to Axe Subsidies: Future of Solar not so Sunny?
There is an enormous focus on green energy now. EPC London will highlight the improvements you could make, including green alternatives. Global warming is already having a detrimental effect on our planet – the polar ice sheets are melting, sea levels continue to rise, and there are increasing temperatures all across the globe. Scientists warn that […]Read More
What is the Energy For Londoners Programme?
The current energy market is causing a number of issues for people across the UK. Many households are now facing fuel poverty and cannot afford to heat their homes. Energy bills are too high, homes are poorly insulated, and properties with low energy efficiency ratings are polluting our air and contributing to the environmental crisis […]Read More
10 Energy Saving Tips For Your Home
Are you looking for ways to make your home more energy efficient, reduce environmental harm, and save money? Well look no further – Here are our top 10 tips on how you can save energy in your home: Limit your electricity usage Try to limit the amount of electricity you use in an average […]Read More
Lost City of London? Capital Sinking into the Sea
A new report has found that London is among a handful of cities identified as being under threat of ‘sinking’ as global warming results in a rise in sea levels. The study suggests that sea levels will increase several meters over the next 50 years. The report claims that some of the world’s coastal […]Read More