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Affordable, green homes for locals in Kent village  Rate it
Affordable, green homes for locals in Kent village Leading social landlord West Kent Housing Association prides itself on building communities as well as homes and believes it has achieved just that with its newest development of energy efficient homes at Kenardington, just outside Ashford. read more...read more...

Renewables contributed 43% of generated electricity last Saturday  Rate it
Renewables contributed 43% of generated electricity last Saturday According to blogger, Chris Goodall, in his 'Carbon Commentary', renewable energy provided 13.4 GW, or 43%, of British electricity at 2pm on Saturday June 6th 2015. Goodall believes this is a new record. read more...read more...

Swansea Tidal Lagoon gets the green light  Rate it
Swansea Tidal Lagoon gets the green light The building of a tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay has been given the go-ahead by the UK government. Intending developer Tidal Lagoon Power (TLP) says it will now negotiate how much subsidy will be paid for the energy. read more...read more...

Scottish community enterprises benefit from bag charge  Rate it
Scottish community enterprises benefit from bag charge Social Investment Scotland (SIS) has awarded almost £156,000 funding to five community based social enterprises across Scotland, thanks to money raised in the first six months by Asda’s Community Capital Fund through the Scottish Government’s 5p single use carrier bag charge. read more...read more...

Still too much plastic in compost says watchdog  Rate it
There continues to be unacceptable levels of plastic contamination in green and garden waste delivered to composting sites throughout the UK, according to the Renewable Energy Association (REA), a recent edition of 'Countryfile' highlighted the problem. read more...read more...

Biomass space heater - ideal for warehouses and industrial units  Rate it
One biomass heating specialist has come up with a new concept - the Biomass Space Heater – an innovative compact solution that packs a big punch, ideal for warehouses and large industrial units. read more...read more...
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