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Money Saving Quick Read Phantom Load

Homeowners and renters could save an average of £140 on their annual energy bills just by switching off unused appliances and devices.

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Energy Saving Quick Read Home Phantom Load

A change of season is a good time to reconsider your home energy use. With a few easy steps, you can ensure your home is as energy efficient as possible.

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Energy Saving Quick Read

Buying a home appliance? Look out for the colour-coded energy efficiency rating. This label shows how efficient it is compared to similar products.

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Energy Saving Renewable Energy Quick Read

In the UK, homes account for 20% of greenhouse gas emissions. Tackling these emissions will play a key part in meeting targets to become net-zero by 2050.

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Renewable Energy Quick Read Technology Solar

Community energy will play an important role as the UK and other countries transition towards a smarter, more flexible and lower-carbon energy system.

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Quick Read Home EV

Whether you’re already a proud electric car owner or considering swapping to a greener model, we've put together a simple guide to understand how EVs work.

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Quick Read EV

Electric cars are much better for the environment and are cheaper to run than petrol cars, but 'range anxiety' is stopping people from going electric.

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How do solar panels work?

By The Loop Team • 7 February, 2020

Renewable Energy Quick Read Solar

Want to generate your own renewable energy? You'll likely start with solar power. Make the most of this abundant green energy source with our basic guide.

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Quick Read Green EV

Electric cars are getting better all the time. They’ll soon be the norm with the petrol & diesel car sales ban brought forward from 2040 to 2035 this week

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Climate Change Quick Read Green

Many people and organisations are now exclusively using the term ‘climate emergency’ in order to show the gravitas of the threat to the environment.

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