Initial ESOS Regulations 2014
What are the ESOS Regulations? The ESOS Regulations 2014 were brought in by the UK Government to assess the energy efficiency of large organisations and to identify energy saving opportunities. The legislation aims to make organisations more energy efficient and reduce carbon emissions. Under the new rules, all organisations that qualify under ESOS much complete…Read More
Labour Plans to fit 1.75m Homes with Solar PV
On May 1, 2019, UK MPs approved a motion to declare an environment and climate emergency. It follows a period when London streets were paralysed by protesters from Extinction Rebellion and heightened coverage in the news and popular media of the harm that humans and industrialisation have done to the planet. It is only a…Read More
Polluted London: What’s being done?
London is a magnificent city; it’s a hub of industry, of finance, of tourism. It’s where people live, work, go to school, and go for fun. However, the air quality in our capital has been shown to be dangerously polluted. That makes it a hazardous place to be, whether you go there out of choice…Read More
Where does the UK’s energy come from?
The UK is using a lot less energy than it did previously. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), there was a 17% fall in the amount of energy used in the country between 1998 and 2015. This is partly due to the fact that technology has enabled more energy efficient practices to be…Read More
Properties With EPC Rating F or G Set to Cost Landlords up to £3,500
The government have announced that changes to regulations will mean that landlords in properties with an energy performance rating of F or G, will be expected to pay up to £3,500 towards energy efficiency measures to improve the rating of their properties. Requirements under the new regulations Since April 2018, landlords owning some of the…Read More