Renewable Energy

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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Climate Change Renewable Energy Long Read Home Green

You might be avoiding single-use plastic or using your car out less often. But saving energy at home also has a big role in your environmental impact.

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Home energy jargon: A-Z

By The Loop Team • 10 March, 2020

Renewable Energy Long Read Tariff

Here’s a run-down of some common terminology you might come across, allowing you to feel confident in taking better control of your home energy usage.

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Renewable Energy Long Read Technology

Homeowners who want to have less impact on the environment can use renewable energy to reduce or eliminate their reliance on the grid, while saving money!

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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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Renewable Energy Long Read Technology

Everyone is aware that they need to use less plastic, but how many people are aware of the impact their gas-powered central heating has on the environment?

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Energy Saving Renewable Energy Long Read Green

Grants and incentives are worth considering to make your home energy efficient. It can save you money and reduce your household’s environmental impact.

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Renewable Energy Quick Read Tariff Solar

If you’re considering installing solar panels at home, make them as cost-effective as possible and clue-up on the Smart Export Guarantee, or SEG.

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Renewable Energy Long Read Technology EV

Finding a decent electricity tariff is about as involved as most households get with their energy. But things are changing.

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