EPC London

How to Read Your Energy Performance Certificate

If you are buying, selling, or renting out a property in the UK, you will be aware that the building must have an up to date Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). You can get an EPC by visiting EPC London today. An EPC is a certificate which is issued following an assessment by specialist assessors, which…

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London landlords – ensuring your property meets energy standards

For anyone who is a landlord in London, there is pressure to ensure that their properties are rented out and that they are maintaining sufficient rental income to make continuing as a landlord profitable. If rental income reduces too much, landlords can begin to experience serious financial difficulties. At a time when rents for London…

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Top Energy Saving Tips for This Winter

Winter is coming, and along with it comes longer nights, freezing temperatures, and increased energy bills. Are you looking for ways to save money, make your home more energy efficient, and reduce your carbon footprint this Winter? Well look no further! Here are our top tips on how you can stay warm while being energy…

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earth energy

How Far is the World from Climate Catastrophe?

At a recent summit in Korea of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), scientists and researchers presented a 33-page report with a recommendation that global warming needs to be controlled to the extent of not allowing temperatures to increase by more than 1.5° above pre-industrial levels. The Summary for Policymakers is a result of…

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Top Tips for a Better EPC Rating

An EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) is needed in the UK if you wish to build, sell, or let a house. The EPC is information that must be handed over to the renter or buyer, and in Scotland you must display the EPC certificate near the house’s boiler. Obviously, a house is a little more valuable…

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Halogen Bulbs Finally Banned in Europe

In 2009, Europe banned less energy efficient incandescent light bulbs and banned GU10 halogen light bulbs in 2016. As of 1st September 2018, the ban extended to the retailing of practically all halogen bulbs. This includes all non-directional halogen bulbs including pear and candle-shaped bulbs but certain types of specialised bulbs such as those for…

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Government Solar Power Subsidies to be Axed

Solar power is a clean renewable energy source with the potential to replace conventional fossil fuels such as gas and coal. This has a positive impact on the environment as it reduces the effects of land, air and water pollution caused by fossil fuels and reduces the carbon footprint of energy generation. There are a…

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5 Ways to Keep Your Domestic Property Environmentally Friendly

It’s important that we all do our bit to make the world a healthier place to live and to sustain the planet that we call our home. Being more aware of environmental factors that we might be dealing with on a daily basis is one way to do this, and is the best place to…

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Free Green Energy Survey & Advice

Top 5 Tips for Energy Saving This Summer

You might think that when it comes to saving energy it’s the winter months that you need to think about; after all, isn’t that when you are going to be using more heating and hot water, for example? Although that’s potentially true, these are not the only things that are costing you money when it…

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Business Energy Solutions & Advice

Private Rental Sector needs £400m for MEES

The Private Rental Sector within the UK has been estimated to need £400 million of investment to make necessary energy efficiency improvements for meeting the new MEES standards that came into effect in April 2018. MEES, which stands for Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards, is a new legislation that became law on the 1st of April…

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