Here comes the top 5 again, with angry farmers, miracle plastic, Olympic news, genetically modified eucalyptus trees and a mobile solar power station.
The “U-value” is a mysterious new piece of jargon used in our industry, that often leaves people confused. What are U-values, how do they affect your home, and what can you do to reduce them?
The top 5 is back, with home renovations, electric supercars, energy saving tyres, volcano power and pollution-destroying pants!
This month the government have introduced ECO Funding. ECO stands for “Energy Company Obligation”. It is similar to the current CERT scheme, which will eventually be phased out. Or in the words of our Sales & Marketing Director Barney — ECO is like CERT, but on steroids!
The Carbon Emissions Reduction Target (CERT) was introduced in August 2008, and is the main source of funding for the free products we offer at Go Greena. The infographic below illustrates the impact CERT has made over the last four years.
This week we have synthetic petrol, environmental mobile apps, supercomputers and gigantic solar powered trees!
Our Friday blog post comes from Solar Aid — a UK charity who want to eradicate expensive and dangerous kerosine lamps from sub-saharan Africa by 2020, replacing them with cheap, reliable solar powered lamps. The video below explains all…
Our weekly roundup of renewable energy related stories from around the world.