St Patrick’s Day: a time for reflection in Northern Ireland

17 March 2022

This St Patrick's Day we're reflecting on our activities over the last year and analysing the energy landscape in Northern Ireland.

Tips to help you avoid food waste and reduce carbon emissions

7 March 2022

We waste an estimated 1.3 billion tonnes of food every year - around one third of all food produced for human consumption.

What type of renewable energy is right for me?

4 March 2022

While there’s a lot to consider before installing a renewable system, having one at home could help reduce your energy bills and…

Do the little things: celebrating St David’s Day

1 March 2022

On St David’s Day, we look at the different ways Wales is moving to net zero - from recycling measures to energy…

What is climate change?

23 February 2022

Extreme weather events can have severe impacts, and pose an increasing threat as climate changes. But what is climate change and why…

Delivering a new energy strategy for Northern Ireland

22 February 2022

The Northern Ireland Executive has published an action plan for 2022, beginning to deliver on the ambitions set out in its new…

Green Claims Code: are you unintentionally greenwashing?

1 February 2022

Is your business being honest with sustainability claims? Learn about what the Green Claims Code means for you.

Why are energy bills going up?

20 January 2022

It’s been hard to miss news about energy bills over the past few months. But what is the energy crisis and what…

Energy efficient Christmas gifts

16 December 2021

New gadgetry, lights everywhere, roasting food for hours: Christmas is hardly a time associated with energy efficiency.

Energy Saving Trust festive competition 2021

10 December 2021

It’s feeling a lot like the festive season here at Energy Saving Trust. So to celebrate, we're giving away a prize every…