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PB Energy Solutions brings together a fact sheet from the Energy Savings Trust on renewable heat technology. All renewables are supplied through our accreditated and qualified installers. For the fact sheet, read on:
Registered Providers of social housing, such as local authorities and social housing associations, will be able to bid for a share of the £3 million, part of the £15 million Renewable Heat Premium Payment budget, to make home heating improvements to tenants’ homes.
The Government Construction Strategy will reform the way in which government procures construction across all sectors, and in doing so will reduce costs by up to 20% by the end of this parliament. The strategy will also stimulate growth by enabling more to be constructed within the funds available by using its sheer scale in procurement of construction. Read on for ACE press release and Government Construction Strategy download:
The charity has completed an innovative eco-building programme at the centre, in Roden, which includes super wall insulation, triple glazing, rainwater harvesting and recycling and solar PV panels on the roof of the home.
Based in Wigan, North West England, Lucky Hens Rescue is a small not-for-profit organisation which rehomes 'spent' commercial battery hens as pets. They always have hens available for rehoming so please get in touch if you can give some ex-battery hens a second chance. They make adorable pets and will provide you with your own free range eggs for some time to come
This week demonstrates further that businesses are more at risk because of government cuts, energy hikes and environmental restrictions. Read on for the full picture on how it may affect your business:
“It hasn’t been this tough since the late 1980s and the industry is having to adjust,” Mr Bowater said, adding that Aggregate Industries, the UK arm of Switzerland’s Holcim, the world’s largest cement maker by revenues, had started reviewing its capacity and production facilities in light of the falling demand. Full Article: