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British Gas New Energy and AlertMe have announced an agreement to trial home management energy technologies. The aim is to help British Gas customers cut their energy consumption, save money and reduce their household carbon emissions.
Home energy usage accounts for more than one quarter of total energy consumption across Europe and the United States and consumers are increasingly looking for ways to save money and help the planet.
The energy-saving technology from AlertMe.com is cheap and easy to use and can help consumers make significant savings on their residential energy costs, year-upon-year.
Consumers may be missing out on thousands of pounds of government-funded initiatives available across the UK, according to Home Heating Guide, the leading online resource for domestic heating and energy issues.
Home Heating Guide have established that many homeowners may find they are eligible for home energy efficiency grants that cover the installation of new high efficiency condensing boilers, central heating systems and home insulation, in a Government drive to reduce domestic household carbon emissions.
The initiatives available across, England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland are operated regionally, with varying criteria and grant amounts, which is explained in greater detail online at Home Heating Guide.
Staggering increases in gas and electricity prices have resulted in a plethora of energy saving tips from the Government and the energy companies; but the fact remains, if we want to pay less for our gas, we’ve got to use less.
Gas-elec’s g-save is a new energy saving device, launched in October 2008 – in trial conditions and has so far come up with impressive savings – from 22% in a 2 bedroom terraced cottage to 34% in a 4 bedroom detached house (calculated on actual meter readings with, and without, the g-save).
In February 2009, Good Housekeeping magazine awarded the g-save their Innovation of the Month, when it achieved savings of 31% in trials.
Aga has launched a new collection of cast iron stoves, which all use the latest clean-burn technology to maximize the efficient use of energy and minimize the effect on the environment.
Many of the new stoves are available as wood-burning models to take advantage of the fact that burning timber is cost-efficient while helping to conserve fossil fuels.
The Much Wenlock Boiler Stove pictured here, is a medium-sized stove with simple, easy-to-use controls and offering durability and efficiency – now available as a multi-fuel boiler and features:
If you’ve never hear of mCHP – you’re probably not alone – but it’s a term we’re going to hear a lot more about in the future: mCHP stands for Micro Combined Heat and Power – and is the name for boilers that generate electricity as well as providing heating and hot water.
This WhisperGen from Powergen is the first commercially available domestic mCHP boiler in the world. It is powered by mains gas, to provide central heating and hot water. It also converts excess heat that would normally escape through the exhaust flue, into electricity to power your lights and other household appliances.