Reduce, repair, recycle: how to stem the rising tide of e-waste

6 September 2021

The electronics industry thrives on the thrill of the new. But electronic waste from throwaway gadgets is a huge international issue.

Net zero by 2045: how Scotland is tackling the climate emergency

2 September 2021

With the eyes of the world on Glasgow between now and November, we decided to find out how Scotland is tackling climate…

How reducing food waste can help the environment

31 August 2021

Home economics is making a comeback. Behaving in a more sustainable way around food can help your budget as well as the…

How much do you know about electric vehicles?

26 August 2021

Electric vehicles will have an important part to play in reducing emissions from transport and helping the UK reach its net zero…

A quick guide to LEDs ahead of the halogen bulb ban

24 August 2021

We’ve put together this short guide on LEDs to encourage householders to make the switch to a more energy efficient option.

What your organisation needs to know about sustainable home improvements

20 August 2021

Reducing building energy demand through improved fabrics is important, but this won’t be enough for homes to reach net zero emissions by…

Five electric vehicle innovations to watch in 2021

19 August 2021

We’ve picked our top five electric vehicle innovations to keep an eye over the next few years, as we make the switch…

Decarbonisation in Northern Ireland: the potential of a one stop shop

17 August 2021

Free, independent and impartial advice and support for everyone should be an integral part of Northern Ireland’s energy landscape.

How to engage customers with sustainability and why it’s good for business

12 August 2021

When it comes to energy efficiency, many customers still aren’t aware of all their options, so providing great advice can be the…

A brief history of the electric car

10 August 2021

While many consider electric cars to be a relatively new invention, the first vehicles were produced and used in the early 19th…