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Reducing Energy Consumption Through Simple Changes To Energy Performance Certificates (EPC)

When it comes to understanding a property’s energy efficiency, Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) have played a crucial role in providing buyers and renters with insights to enhance the sustainability of their homes. These certificates, mandatory for all homes on sale or for rent, offer valuable information about energy usage and carbon emissions, coupled with recommendations […]

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How We Can Reduce Energy Consumption Through Comparison

Understanding and altering energy consumption habits is at the heart of a sustainable future. As we delve into this report, we uncover the dynamics between one-time energy-efficient actions and the everyday behaviors that collectively impact our energy footprint. While structural changes hold importance, the routines we hardly notice—like switching on lights and heating—are pivotal contributors

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Energy Demand Case Study: Kolkata

  Empowering India’s Energy Future: Launch of Ambitious Energy Conservation Campaign In a groundbreaking effort to transform India’s energy landscape, the country’s power ministry has rolled out a formidable advertising campaign with the promise of saving a staggering 25,000 MW of electricity annually. This remarkable endeavor, dubbed the “Bijli Bachao, Desh Banao” campaign, seeks to

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Consumers To Be Paid For Not Using Electric Appliances During Peak Hours

As energy prices rise due to strained supply and concerns over the National Grid’s capacity, a novel incentive is emerging in the UK: paying consumers to reduce their energy usage during peak times. Those equipped with smart meters could receive rebates of up to £6 per kilowatt hour (kWh) saved. The National Grid Electricity System

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