Electric vehicles come with a range of benefits – for starters, they are much better for the environment than conventional petrol or diesel cars. Some of them are also incredibly fast – as explained in this new infographic.
The 2018 World Cup is just around the corner and excited fans from all around the world are flocking to Russia to support their teams.
One thing you may not instantly associate with the beautiful game is energy efficiency. But when you think about it, hosting an international sporting tournament uses huge amounts of energy – with all the associated financial and environmental costs. Many teams are starting to realise this, and are taking big steps to reduce their carbon footprints.
The cost of your energy can vary wildly depending on which area of the country you live in, along with other factors such as local demand and your current energy supplier.
But no matter where you live, there are opportunities to save money – the rise of price comparison sites along with many smaller independent suppliers have given consumers more choice than ever, helping them save money on their energy bills.
This week’s roundup of renewable energy news features ink-wasting fonts, banned vacuum cleaners, electric cars, Pacific islanders and Chinese trains!
Browsing the internet is eco-friendly, isn’t it? After all it doesn’t use paper, ink or transport like magazines and books do. Unfortunately, the answer to that question is no — keeping the internet running uses up a staggering amount of energy. That’s why companies such as Google are investing huge amounts of resources into making the internet greener.
This infographic below comes courtesy of the team behind the Juice Electrical Supplies blog. There are all sorts of easy, inexpensive ways you can reduce your energy consumption in the home — from small quick-fixes like getting your loft insulated, all the way up to big investments like getting double glazing. Read on to see the infographic.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) released a new set of figures for the Green Deal earlier this week. We’ve scoured through them, picked out the important bits and put together this easy-to-follow infographic. Read on to see how many people have signed up, which area of the country has seen the most success, and crucially how many installations have actually gone ahead.
Our friends at Moneysupermarket.com sent us over this little beauty recently. It’s an infographic that explains in detail how much carbon and money a typical home can save by making a few home improvements.