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PV group buying scheme launches in Sussex

PV group buying scheme launches in Sussex

Local authorities across East and West Sussex have teamed up to get behind a  group buying scheme designed to cut the cost of installing domestic solar PV.  In this blog, David Edwards, from West Sussex County Council's Energy Services Team, explains how the Solar...

Engaging stakeholders in climate action:  The Canterbury model

Engaging stakeholders in climate action: The Canterbury model

Councils around the country are realising that stakeholder engagement is critical to any ambitious climate plans. But this isn't as easy as it sounds. The range and diversity of potential partners that need to be brought together creates risks of unproductive 'talk...

Meeting the retrofit challenge

Meeting the retrofit challenge

The UK is facing a huge retrofit challenge.  Our draughty homes are some of the least energy efficient in Europe, and millions need to be upgraded to reach basic energy efficiency standards.  This could be big source of new green jobs and a way to 'build back better'...

Join the Rewilding Britain Network this Autumn

Join the Rewilding Britain Network this Autumn

Rewilding in Britain is gaining momentum - white storks have returned and are breeding in Sussex, pine martens are breeding in England and Wales, white tailed eagles have been reintroduced to Scotland and England and rewilding is being debated in parliament. These are...

Latest polling shows support for green recovery

Latest polling shows support for green recovery

"A majority of Brits from all demographics agree that if the economic recovery doesn't tackle climate change, it would be bad for the economy in the long run."  That was the striking conclusion from a recent opinion poll from the Conservative Environment Network.  The...

Getting a grip on emissions:  Introducing SCATTER

Getting a grip on emissions: Introducing SCATTER

Step one for any council seeking to develop a climate action plan is to get a grip on its current emissions.  But this isn’t as easy as it seems.  This is where SCATTER comes in.  It is fast becoming the ‘go to’ carbon modelling tool for local authorities. Geoff...

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