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Cavity wall insulation

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Our quick Q & A could help you stay warm and save money According to government estimates there are at least 5.8 million homes in the UK that still need cavity wall insulation*. And if your home is one of them, you could make valuable savings by reducing all that lovely, cosy, expensive warmth that Read the full post

The Golden Rules of Saving Energy

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Our top 10 Energy Saving Tips The long, lovely summer is on its way out and we’ll soon be turning the clocks back. Sadly more time spent in our comfy, cosy homes can mean higher energy bills. Take September as an example; npower experienced a 65%* spike in gas when the temperature dropped and we Read the full post

How green is your generation?

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Recent research by npower into which generation is greenest revealed some interesting insights. And perhaps the most important conclusion of all is that the young can learn from the not-so-young, and vice-versa (isn’t that always the way?). We spoke to 2,010 UK homeowners* – when asked whether they considered themselves green, the over 55s were Read the full post

Green Deal scheme will soon be showing green shoots

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David Titterton, npower Director of Green Deal Delivery and Obligations There is a lot of doom and gloom surrounding the Government’s Green Deal scheme at the moment. Certainly, the latest figures published by the Department of Energy and Climate Change don’t make for pleasant reading. Of the 45,000 or so households that have had a Read the full post

The costs of the Green Deal

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Thinking of going for the Green Deal? Then do it with eyes wide open… If you’ve been keeping up with our blog, you’ll know we’ve already discussed the Green Deal initiative and why it might be worth considering. Essentially, it allows you to apply for a Green Deal loan in order to make a number Read the full post

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