Tag Archive for 'cavity wall insulation'

Poorly insulated homes missing out on energy savings every year

June 17th, 2011 by HM Government Department of Energy and Climate Change

New figures released on 17 June 2011 reveal that nearly half of Britain’s homes do not have adequate basic insulation and are throwing away at least £100 in wasted energy payments every year. The latest lagging statistics show that only 57% of Britain’s lofts have been properly insulated and only 58% of cavity walls have […]

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 […]

States of Jersey provides opportunity for Jersey residents to save energy and help the environment through the Home Energy Scheme

May 6th, 2010 by States of Jersey Planning and Environment Department

In May 2010 board members of the Jersey Energy Trust joined residents of the Grouville Parish accommodation at Maison Le Maistre to celebrate the energy saving improvements to their accommodation which have been made over the past few months as a result of the Home Energy Scheme. The improvements are part of Energy Efficiency Service’s […]