When I heard about cooking in a hot box on Pia Taylor’s Mother City Living blog last year, I knew straight away that I had to have one. I’m always looking for ways to reduce my energy usage, so a… Read More »How to cook in a hot box (and save energy)
In these times of a tightening economy, sky high energy costs and rising food prices, UK households can weather the storm by going green – and save almost £400 a year on heating, electricity and grocery bills if they choose… Read More »Beat the credit squeeze by going green
Do you want to start living a greener life but don’t know where to start? There’s a lot of encouragement out there these days from councils collecting your recycling to the rising cost of energy prices. And now the guys… Read More »Win: a green start with greentomato.org
Homes in London make up 40% of the city’s CO2 production. That’s a massive amount of greenhouse gas contributing towards global warming. If you’re a Londoner you can reduce your CO2 emissions by replacing your incandescent light bulbs with low… Read More »London Lightbulb Amnesty
South Africa’s state owned electricity provider Eskom leads by example in this cool advertising campaign. [via: WattWatt] Advertisement: Reduce your CO2 footprint by as much as 2 tonnes/year & save up to £150 on your energy bills.
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If you’re one of the thousands of people who’ve been looking for energy saving light bulbs that are dimmable, today is your lucky day. Nigel’s Eco Store now stocks the world’s first dimmable low energy light bulb by DigiFlex. And… Read More »World’s first dimmable low energy light bulb available in the UK