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Did you know that approximately 33% of carbon emissions in Oxfordshire stem from buildings (with a staggering 46% of emissions coming from street lighting)? Or that a report from Oxford revealed that a jaw-dropping 81% of the total carbon emissions in
Are you worried about the cost of energy bills this winter? Or do you know anybody looking for ways to make their home cheaper to heat and more comfortable to live in?
The government's commitment to making homes more energy-efficient extends through various schemes and funding sources, ultimately contributing to reducing fuel poverty, creating warmer homes, and reducing carbon
The monumental task of decarbonising the UK's homes demands an immense retrofit effort, with the construction sector at the forefront.
With the pressing challenge of climate change, households in the UK are a big emitter of greenhouse gases, accounting for 26% of total emissions. To address this issue and reduce carbon dioxide emissions, nearly all housing requires some form of
The race to retrofit our homes offers a future of possibility and sustainability. It embodies our commitment to a greener, cleaner world.
True to form, while the rest of the world is experiencing searing heatwaves, this British summer carries on with cool and damp weather. Which makes this perhaps an ideal time to start thinking ahead to the coming winter, and planning a whole house retrofit.
Nilam embarked on an inspiring retrofit journey, driven by her love for nature and a desire to make a positive impact on the
To achieve the UK Government’s net-zero objective enhancing the energy efficiency of homes is critical. New analysis indicates that currently, there are 12.6 million properties in England with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of D or
The Government has awarded £1.8 billion through Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund, Home Upgrade Grant and Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme to upgrade social homes and public buildings. More than 115,000 homes across England are to get upgrades to
Eleanor and Chris wrapped their 1930s house in insulation to make it warmer, greener, and cheaper to run. About the home Eleanor and Chris live in a 1930s three-bed end-of-terrace in East Oxford with cavity walls and solar PV panels on the roof. The home is
We recently completed an environmental retrofit for Lis and Sarah in a beautiful terrace home in East Oxford. Motivated by the need to reduce carbon emissions, they wanted to make their home environmentally friendly and were delighted to find their home much