Energy Efficiency

Published on December 14th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan

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UK Green Deal To Cut Energy Costs

December 14th, 2012 by  

 
The UK recently passed The Green Deal, which (among other things) is going to improve energy efficiency across the UK to a great degree and save people considerable money on the energy bills. Here are’s a post from Scott Cooney on sister site Green Living Ideas regarding The Green Deal (he also has one on The Inspired Economist you could check out):



The UK steps up green living a notch: the biggest home improvement scheme since WWII (via Green Living Ideas)

The UK government has taken control of the quickly spiralling environmental situation that grips the country with “the biggest home-improvement scheme since WWII”. Similar to PACE Programs in the U.S., the UK government initiative known as The Green Deal aims to make properties more energy efficient…




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