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The Sufficiency Test

The eceee 2019 Summer Study had the title Is Efficient Sufficient? This, in itself, was exciting.

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Smart meter rollout in the UK: towards a low carbon future?

Nora Blascsok reports back from the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand (CIED) event on ‘The smart meter rollout: progress and challenges ahead‘. On 19 November consumer rights group Which? published a report warning energy suppliers that they need to

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Warm Homes for All: how do we speed up the uptake of retrofits?

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Highlights from CIED/ACE roundtable event by Nora Blascsok Making our homes as comfortable and aesthetically pleasing as possible is an aspiration of many.  However, not enough people realise that measures to make their homes more energy efficient can also deliver

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Fuel Poverty Awareness Day

According to a new report by National Energy Action (NEA) , a national charity seeking to end fuel poverty, the UK has the sixth worst long-term rate of excess winter mortality out of 30 European countries, with an average of

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As the temperature drops… Energy advice for energy poverty alleviation

Blog by Louise Sunderland. As the weather turned really cold for the first time last month the UK government published its latest piece of research into fuel poverty (energy poverty) – a report on the behaviours and attitudes of the

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