Making the switch to an electric vehicle
If you’re thinking about switching to an electric car, you might have some questions about whether an electric vehicle is right for…
Supporting your customers with a home energy savings plan
Finding out how much energy is used at home has become more important, especially with more people working from home during lockdown.
The success of smart meters
In 2013, the UK Government began its Smart Meter Implementation Programme (SMIP) with aims to install smart meters into every UK home.
Strengthening your energy advice services
In 2018, there were an estimated 1.6 million people struggling to pay fuel bills, people in dire need of professional energy saving…
Electric vehicles: debunking the myths
Electric vehicle technology has quickly developed in recent times yet limits of early technology are still named as issues today.
Five ways to save energy and money – at home and on the move
Five ways you can make some sustainable changes that will bring results without breaking the bank or requiring a complete lifestyle overhaul.
Racing across Europe with zero carbon emissions
Electric vans are set to play a key role in decarbonising transport; they're great at city driving, where battery range is less…
Electric bikes explained
Cycling is more popular than ever, with thousands taking to two wheels during lockdown to get to school, work or the shops.
Retrofit: cleaning up dirty engines
Heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) are one of the heaviest polluters on the roads. The humble bin lorry could become an unlikely symbol…
Driver training and operations presentation available for fleet managers and operators
Energy Saving Trust has subsidised efficient driving training for more than 85,000 fleet drivers and has trained more than 1,200 instructors.