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The event in brief Topic: Energy improvements for schools: typical measures, funding options (inc. Salix), and sharing Windmill Primary School’s experienceDate: Wednesday 26 May 2021Time: 8.30-9.30amLink to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUkd-itqzMrE9BY8cQqsHf4z4GvFNX1FRcH More details Oxfordshire’s buildings are old, inefficient, and constantly wasting energy. In fact, in the UK buildings are responsible for 29% of total carbon emissions– and…
Replacing any traditional incandescent lights in your workplace with LEDs is a great energy improvement to make. LEDs are more efficient types of light, meaning less energy will be wasted in your workplace, cutting your energy bills and carbon emissions. However, we often find that once a business has made the switch to LEDs, they…
Minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) for commercial landlords: what do businesses need to do with legislation coming into force
From April 2018 all commercial properties must be an EPC rating E or above if they are being leased for the first time or re-leased to a new tenant. From April 2023 this applies to all properties, whether or not they have a new lease. Here’s a guide for commercial landlords.
Red Flags or Green Credentials: get the right recognition for your organisation’s climate change action
Connor Enright is a Consultant at EP Group (formerly EnergyPro Limited) – one of the three project partners working on Energy Solutions Oxfordshire. In this article he explores the good and bad of corporate action against climate change – including useful advice for organisation’s who are looking to reduce the environmental impact of their energy…