insulation

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Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne is today demanding that energy suppliers work harder to insulate lofts and walls ensuring that consumers, especially low income vulnerable households, receive measures which can offer significant energy bill savings. Under the newly restructured Government obligation on energy companies (CERT - Carbon Emissions Reduction Target), extended from March 2011 until December 2012:
Post date: 1 Lug 2010
Type: News

During the visit, the Minister met the 1000th trainee to graduate from the academy since it opened in 2008. Greg Barker, said: "It is great to meet the faces of the future who, in time, will be making homes in Leicester and across the country warmer, cheaper to run and better for the planet."
Post date: 16 Giu 2010
Type: News

Post date: 14 Giu 2010
Type: Caso

Post date: 11 Mag 2010
Type: Caso

It includes the rural parts of Stirling now being done in addition to the original plan for the whole city, the whole of the Orkney Isles and the remaining parts of the Western Isles. The measures will cut average energy bills by £61 a year and by £2,445 over the 40 year lifetime of the insulation. Top-ups will be offered free to everyone who already has loft insulation that is not up to the recognised standard. A third of all the heat lost in an uninsulated home is through the walls. Typically, a quarter of the heat in an uninsulated home is lost through the roof.
Post date: 26 Apr 2010
Type: News

Post date: 21 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 21 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

The UK has announced a package to increase energy efficiency in households. The Home Energy Saving Programme will help households save €350 a year on energy costs. Legislation introduced under the programme requires energy companies to invest over €1 billion to make homes more energy efficient. This programme will provide funding to both the existing Carbon Emissions Reduction Target (CERT) scheme, and the new Community Energy Saving Programme (CESP).
Post date: 8 Ott 2009
Type: News