My Internship with SmartKlub – Joanna Davies

http://laprovence.sk/familjarnosty/1277 Some background I joined SmartKlub soon after I graduated with a degree in Physical Geography from the University of Bristol. Having always had an interest in the environment, climate change and sustainability SmartKlub offered an exciting opportunity to apply my interests in a 6 month internship. What did you do with SmartKlub? My internship was[…]

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Carbon Neutral by 2025: is Copenhagen the Smartest City?

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SmartKlub Tackles Energy Efficiency Retrofit at Ecobuild 2017

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Energy Time Bomb for UK’s Ageing Population

enter The UK’s population is ageing. This will put more pressure on public health services, pension demand, the economy and social care. But what does this mean for the UK’s domestic energy demand? Energy demand in the home is influenced by a number of factors; building characteristics, investment in energy efficiency measures and socio-economic and demographic[…]

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Small Energy Savings can Deliver Large Strategic Outcomes

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A Watt in Time Saves Nine: How saving energy improves financial security

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£1 in every £4 spent on heating in the UK estimated to be wasted

here Currently, around a quarter of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions comes from the domestic housing stock. Furthermore, it has been estimated that £1 in every £4 spent on heating in the UK is wasted. Community retrofit projects have the potential to reduce the amount of energy wasted and therefore reduce carbon emissions from homes. Improving[…]