Tag Archive for 'British Gas'

British Gas trialling Nissan electric NV200 test van

May 13th, 2012 by Nissan Motor Company

Nissan’s e-NV200 test car has played its part in helping British Gas kick-start its ambition of switching 10% of its 14,000 light commercial vehicle (LCV) fleet to electric over the next three years. British Gas has been trialling a Nissan e-NV200 test car for a few weeks at its Leicester and Newbury depots, the first […]

Energy efficiency and support for renewables key to market reform

July 12th, 2011 by WWF

WWF welcomes the UK Government’s ambition on renewables but expressed concern that the proposals set out in the UK Government’s Energy White Paper do not go far enough in their support for energy efficiency. A focus on energy efficiency could substantially reduce the costs of moving towards a renewably powered and competitive UK economy. Energy […]

Energyshare helps Scottish, Welsh and English communities source and generate their own renewable energy

May 12th, 2011 by Richard Lord

Energyshare brings people together in person and online to give everyone the opportunity to source, use and (when you’re ready) generate your own 100% British renewable energy – and save money doing it. Energyshare funding is available only to communities in England, Scotland and Wales. See the video below to learn how Energyshare works. For […]

Energy efficiency drives large fall in gas use in British Gas homes

February 3rd, 2011 by Centrica

British Gas homes have seen a 22 per cent decline in gas consumption, on average, as more homes adopt energy efficiency measures. These cuts in gas use follows three decades of rising consumption, and shows the impact energy efficiency is having on British homes, according to an independent report published today. The British Gas Home […]