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Energy efficiency is not just low-hanging fruit; it is fruit on the ground. Stephen Chu, US Secretary of Energy

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  • A guide to the 'Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme' (ESOS) — the scheme designed by DECC to help the UK comply with EU legislation regarding energy audits for large organisations — and how it will affect you. Read More...
  • Now here’s an interesting article for you. It was reported in the news today that a bus-sized fat ball — or 'fatberg' — has been removed from the sewers in Kingston-upon-Thames. Weighing in at 15 tonnes, it's thought to be the biggest 'fatberg' encountered in British history. Read More...
  • All ‘large organisations’ in the UK are to undergo an energy audit by December 2015, under new plans revealed by the government. In a recently-published consultation, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has proposed a new scheme — the Energy Savings Opportunities Scheme (or ‘ESOS’ for short). Read More...
  • A GrowSave training day led by Tim Pratt and Jon Swain from Farm Energy Centre, held at Bordon Hill Nurseries in Warwickshire. The training was aimed at ornamentals growers — particularly those who grow energy-intensive crops in late autumn and winter — with a focus on important energy issues to consider when setting up your nursery for the forthcoming season. Read More...
  • Government have taken a step nearer to providing a mechanism to reward electricity use reduction, with DECC talking about how such an idea might be built into the Electricity Market Reform proposals.  It’s been recognised that a modest 9% reduction in use could deliver savings of £2. Read More...