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The Nest Thermostat - inside the box

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With its unique and beautiful Nest Learning Thermostat™, Nest has done something amazing: they’ve rethought the humble central heating thermostat. With eco-conscious, style-savvy homeowners itching to get their hands on one, we thought we’d better take a look inside the box. Here’s what you get, and what your npower-approved installer will be bringing to life. Read the full post

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Looks like homeowners in the UK’s well-to-do postcodes might not be doing so well when it comes to conserving energy. How does your area fare on our UK heatmap? The north/south heat divide A new ‘heatmap(1)’ from npower shows that more than half of Britain’s 26 million homes are wasting money by allowing heat to Read the full post

It's the Big Energy Saving Week

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For one week, give energy saving a go and see how easy it is to change. You never know – those great new habits might stick. We talk about what a difference a day makes – but what about a whole week? What if all of us put our efforts into saving energy as part Read the full post

Go a little greener

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Top tips to help you save money on the road Remember the protests about fuel prices in the year 2000? Back then, prices at the pumps were around 80p per litre.* Thirteen years later you’re likely to be paying between £1.34 and £1.39. And no one’s holding their breath waiting for prices to go down. 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

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