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It’s Not About the Money, Money, Money… - 8th April 2014 The UN’s latest and most comprehensive climate panel report states that there is overwhelming evidence to prove that climate change is definitely happening; it’s real and it’s posing a significant threat to, amongst other things, food security and humankind itself. It’s also clear that human-induced warming is likely to lead to large-scale and potentially irreversible changes in ... Continue reading
What are we up to? - 24th February 2014 Installing renewable energy is a large financial commitment and many of our clients find it reassuring to know what projects we have done and what we are currently working on.  A look through our case studies may provide enough information, however, these provide only a snapshot of the hundreds of renewable installations that we have completed. February 2014 was a busy month for new enq... Continue reading
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Energy Efficient Landlords Plan Ahead - 29th January 2014 Prior preparation and renewable energy could be key for landlords needing to comply with new government legislation from April 2018. The Energy Act 2011 states that it will be illegal to let any property with an Energy Performance Rating (EPC) of F and G from that date. A range of action is necessary to ensure residential and non-residential buildings reach the mark and TGE Group is alre... Continue reading
Accolade in Repeat Business - 25th January 2014 How can we gauge a job well done? Depending on size of project, this may be a quick “thank you”, a customer referral, or call back for an extension or a different technology.  In the case of big names such as the NHS, E.ON, Bellway Homes and McCarthy & Stone the greatest accolade we receive is in multiple, repeat business. We are delighted to be working on our fifth heat pump instal... Continue reading
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Making the Most From Renewables - 8th November 2013 When it comes to renewables, there are a number of variables that need to be considered if businesses are to make the most out of the technologies and achieve the maximum benefit from their clean energy investment. But where to start?  Many organisations start by looking at the benefits and with the Feed in Tariff (FiT), Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and the Green Deal, there are clear... Continue reading
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Energy Price Rises Put Green Initiatives in Limelight - 24th October 2013 As British Gas and NPower joined SSE with an energy price rise of around 8-10%, the government’s ‘green taxes’ have been identified by some as the main culprit.  However, a closer look reveals that the green element to our energy bills could be the biggest positive in the story. Our duel energy bills are made up of wholesale energy supply and profits (62%), distribution (16%), build... Continue reading
Make Way for ESOS the Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme - 17th October 2013 Larger UK organisations are being targeted with a new energy audit scheme. Driven by Article 8 of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive, all large enterprises will be required to have an Energy Audit by 5 December 2015 and every four years from then on. The aim of the scheme is to help improve profitability through better information on how to save energy. Audits will analyse total use of e... Continue reading
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Making the Grade - 9th September 2013 Since October 2008, all properties on the market for sale or rent in England and Wales have required by law an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) to indicate how green a building is.  This is just one indication of the efficiency of the building and a second Environment Impact rating that measures the property’s CO2 emissions. So what’s going to change in 2018?  Until now, there ... Continue reading
Event: Managing Energy to Your Advantage - 30th August 2013 Since October 2008, all properties on the market for sale or rent in England and Wales have required by law an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) to indicate how green a building is.  This is just one indication of the efficiency of the building and a second Environment Impact rating that measures the property’s CO2 emissions. So what’s going to change in 2018?  Until now, there ... Continue reading
Investing in the Future - 15th August 2013 As the green shoots of recovery become increasingly evident in the wake of the most recent economic downturn, many cash rich companies will be considering their investment options going forward. An analysis of Office of National Statistics (ONS) data for the final quarter of last year shows that corporations (other than banks) are sitting on a whopping £318 billion as UK PLCs stockpiled... Continue reading
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