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Cambridge eco village gets green light  Rate it
Cambridge eco village gets green light A substantial green housing development, of 208 homes in South Cambridge has been given the planning go-ahead by Cambridge City Council. read more...read more...

NW Bicester - sustainability within a budget  Rate it
NW Bicester - sustainability within a budget The new NW Bicester eco-town contains so many sustainable elements that it will be a net energy provider to the grid. But this had cost implications for a scheme that must be commercially viable to succeed. read more...read more...

Free electricity for lucky housing association tenants  Rate it
A Taiwanese solar energy giant is planning to invest £65m in installing free energy-generating panels on the roofs of UK housing association homes this year. read more...read more...

UK's first renewables driven district heating  Rate it
UK's first renewables driven district heating A low carbon heating project has received a government research grant to carry out a feasibility study into what will be the first UK community energy scheme using renewable energy sources. read more...read more...

Scottish communities to benefit from carrier bag charge  Rate it
A major retail chain is supporting local communities across Scotland by donating the net proceeds from the Scottish Government’s 5p single use carrier bag charge. Between October 2014, when the charge came into force, and December 2014, almost £145,000 was raised. read more...read more...

Biomass report - industry responds  Rate it
'Choose your boiler, installer and fuel wisely to ensure biomass stays ‘green', advised one industry figure following reports that biomass boilers are often less efficient than claimed. read more...read more...
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