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The conference outlined the development of the RE-DIRECT approach to marginal biomass use and the Eigenbetrieb Umwelttechnik of Baden Baden’s vision to utilise biomass from the municipality to be converted into biochar and activated carbon for use in the waste water treatment process.
SGS College students learn to recognise the signs of fuel poverty, in a new initiative from the Build to Low Carbon Action Plan
With CSE's release of the GFirstLEP Gloucestershire Energy Strategy, one small step on the BUILD2LC action plan may mean one giant leap for the county's future.
Severn Wye’s Rob Hargraves is honoured amongst the nation’s foremost champions in the fight to alleviate fuel poverty, at the NEA’s annual Heat Heroes event at the House of Commons
Volunteer Home Energy Agents from Cheltenham's CCP charity are briefed on the fight against fuel poverty as part of the ASSIST programme
At least, that could be the mantra for Gloucestershire’s A&E Fire & Security, who have risen to the challenge of reducing their carbon footprint and seized it with both hands
Severn Wye to deliver creative community low-carbon energy pilot to the north Wales island
You may never have heard of Andy Bull, but his work has helped put Wales on the map as a world-leader in sustainability
Two years in the making, the Build to Low Carbon project launched its Action Plan for using low carbon innovation and energy efficient retrofit to improve the health and wellbeing of Gloucestershire residents.
Severn Wye's recent visit to Seville promises to yield big things for energy efficient social housing across the county