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How much might you expect to receive in Renewable Heat Incentive payments
Tim Pullen provides a guide to assessing which types of eco technology are best for you
Most self-builders, architects and developers have considered adding a living green roof to their properties. A green roof is the ultimate in sustainability. It all sorts of benefits with it including added insulation, BREEAM credits, stunning good...
I’m sure that most people who are involved with designing or building new properties are familiar with the BREEAM system. It’s a way of measuring a development’s impact on the Environment. BREEAM covers such things as fuel efficiency, wildlife habitat,...
Tim Pullen evaluates how water recycling systems can help minimise water use and waste
After an unusually warm autumn, it seems that Britain might finally be heading for this year’s big freeze. And as the clocks going back – typically temperatures drop – leaving homeowners looking for new ways to weather-proof their homes.
DECC answer your questions on the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive
Tim Pullen looks at the costs of biomass and explains its most suitable applications
Heat Pumps have long been considered a viable alternative to fossil fuel heating systems thanks to their efficient, reliable and cost-effective nature. The launch of a new government scheme is set to make adopting heat pumps an even more attractive...
We look at the factors that could affect your claim, including what is and isn't eligible