In a time marked by increasing environmental consciousness and rising
With the increasing need for us to turn to renewable
Is it worth buying solar panels in the UK? It’s
UK Residential Landlords Opting to Sell Rather Than Upgrade: Challenges Ahead for Meeting 2025 EPC Ratings
Residential landlords in the UK are more likely to sell their properties rather than make the energy-efficient upgrades needed to meet the government's new EPC ratings by 2025.
Planning to invest in solar panels? This introductory blog will guide you through how solar panels work.
Green Building Renewables achieves bronze award by pledging its support to the UK Armed Forces Covenant
Green Building Renewables signs Armed Forces Covenant and achieves Bronze Award recognition.
We are pleased to invite you to attend the Homebuilding & Renovating Show at Harrogate Convention Centre on November 4-6th on our stand C308. Last year was a huge success with a very busy stand that we cohosted with Green Building Store as we showed the benefits of renewables alongside ultra-efficient triple glazing and mechanical ventilation with heat recovery. In short, if you are building or renovating a property and wish to make your home as energy efficient as possible then our stand is a great place to start.
In October, the energy price cap is set to rise by 70%, increasing the average energy price to £3,359 a year for a typical home. By April 2023, the cost of electricity prices has been predicted to reach 78p per kWh. Next week, Ofgem will officially announce the next energy price rise on Friday, 26 August 2022, and it will apply to most variable tariff energy bills from 1 October 2022 to 31 December 2022.
Group Technical Director, John Gilham, gives his expert opinion in the media.
Green Building Renewables inspire the next generation of renewable energy experts with local college visit in York.