Business Energy Solutions – What are the best options?
There are a variety of business energy solutions available to small-medium-enterprises (SMEs) and larger corporate businesses. Some of these enable companies to dramatically reduce their overheads and protect/build their corporate social responsibility strategy. New EU legislation has also been a force which has driven an increased demand in alternative business energy solution adoptions. For example, wind…Read More
Green Energy Options & The Growth Of Renewables
Towards the end of 2004, total worldwide renewable energy capacity grew at a rate of between 10-60% annually for a variety of green energy options. For wind power and other renewable technologies, growth increased in 2009 relative to the previous four years. During 2009 more wind power capacity was added in comparison to green energy options.…Read More
Green Energy Solutions – What Are The Benefits For The Commercial Sector vs The Domestic Sector?
Every source of renewable energy is unique and therefore has its own benefits and costs. Wind, solar and biomass provide a variety of benefits for our climate, economy and health. With sustainability at the heart of every businesses’ mind and consistent increasing costs of gas and electricity businesses and consumers are becoming increasingly concerned regarding the price of their…Read More
What Is The Future Role Of Green Energy In Our Society?
Last year’s winter has very strong wind, in fact they were record-breaking gales which battered coasts, trees and buildings which resulted in record highs of wind-generated electricity. In fact, on the 21st of December wind produced an impressive 17% of our nation’s total electricity demand. We have learned to harness the natural energy of the sun and…Read More
Scotland Leading the Way with New Energy Efficiency Standards
Scotland is leaving other countries in its wake as it launches a new energy efficiency standard which could save property owners and tenants an average of £210 a year. The Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH) has been set up with the purpose of reducing energy consumption and fuel poverty among Scottish householders. The…Read More