Can your toilet generate electricity?

4 July 2019

The amount of water flushed down our toilets is considerable – in fact, it’s the second biggest use of water in the…

Future homes: housing over the next 20 years

25 April 2019

The change in energy use has changed the way we use our homes already - but what will this mean for our…

Apps to save energy (and money)

9 April 2019

There are many energy apps on the market worth exploring, from free downloads and simple designs to more complex systems controlling smart…

PocketWatt tool set to continue as Digi-Label project comes to an end

4 March 2019

We have been coordinating the Digi-Label project – a European project to improve consumer understanding of energy labels - for the past…

Smart meters: top quality service is the smart option

19 February 2019

Other than some practical information, what exactly should you be expecting when you get a smart meter installed?

Coolproducts, the Restart Project and repairability

24 December 2018

A series of votes currently going through the European Parliament could soon turn our attention to the how easy it is to…

Shedding new light on halogen bulb phase-out

5 March 2018

Time’s nearly up for halogen lighting – with all but a few types of the gas-based bulb scheduled for phase-out on 1…

Dryer costs tumble as technologies improve

15 February 2018

New figures show that picking the top-rated A+++ tumble dryer models can save you more than £750 in running costs over their…

Cold comfort: American-style fridge freezers proving energy guzzlers

1 February 2018

They may look the part, but when it comes to energy bills, American-style fridge freezers are proving a not particularly positive addition…

Collaborating to bring building energy labelling to Canada

7 November 2017

Energy Saving Trust is collaborating with Natural Resources Canada as Canadian jurisdictions work towards introducing new building energy labelling schemes.