Category Archive for: Energy Efficiency

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Will the low carbon economy prosper under the new government?

Will the low carbon economy prosper under the new government? Currently, 11,500 firms are a part of the UK’s low carbon economy, with the sector securing the employment of 460,000 people in the UK. However, will the introduction of the new Conservative Government work to further expand this sector or will the Conservatives withdraw support for future development in…

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Sustainable Ventures’ Agnes Czako awarded 2015 ‘Green Deal & Eco Assessor of the Year’ award.

On the 19th of June The Green Deal & Eco Awards, announced their national winners, where Agnes was up against 14 other nominees, and received the award in recognition of her time at the forefront of Sustainable Home Surveys (SHS).   SHS works with local community groups to identify and accelerate home improvements, centered on…

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2014: A year of (some) boom and (rather more) bust for the UK’s domestic energy efficiency sector

  For anyone involved in domestic energy efficiency 2014 has seen a few spikes of activity, predominantly spurred by the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF), but also considerable adversity, particularly with regard to reduced Energy Company Obligation (ECO) targets. While the second round of the GDHIF witnessed £24 million worth of funding for solid…

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