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The award-winning Ecoed game app, which started life as a handmade board game, is all about finding ways of talking about how our daily choices and decisions can have a significant impact on reducing our environmental footprint.
A West Midlands business has purchased a new energy saving air compressor thanks to a £5,000 Low Carbon Workspaces grant, bringing estimated electricity savings of £8,600 a year.
A village hall installed two new boilers and a modern thermostat, reducing energy waste and saving £600 in six months.
The Aylesbury-based charity has installed a new efficient condensing boiler, thanks to a near-£4,000 Low Carbon Workspaces grant.
Satellite Creative, a design agency in Tring, has taken a whole-office approach to reduce its energy bills and carbon footprint.
A grant-funded installation of LED lighting has come to the aid of a serviced office provider, which will see a reduction in its energy bills and CO2 emissions.
Apex Circuit Design has benefited from a £2,000 Low Carbon Workspaces grant to replace ageing and inefficient IT equipment.
NRG Gym has reduced its annual electricity bill by £2,000 by upgrading to LED lighting thanks to a £3,300 Low Carbon Workspaces grant.
Introducing electric vehicles is a case of “when” not “if”, Katie Colledge-Price writes, with potential savings significant.
Businesses converged on The Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead to learn about electric vehicles, heat pumps and available grant funding.