There are many quick and easy energy saving tips and small behavioural changes are a good place to start but there are new technologies that are designed to help householders produce their own energy, reducing energy bills and in some instances even make a profit. There are two schemes that can make this all possible. The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and Feed in Tariff (FIT) are schemes where the government offer financial help to encourage people to use renewable technologies and reduce their energy consumption, thereby reducing the amount of CO2 contributing to climate change.
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- After April’s March for Science, what should come next for anti-Trump scientists?If scientists want to effectively counter the Trump administration, they should expand their political toolkits. They need clever use of counter-propaganda, evidence-based alternative policies and political representation. It would surprise very few if surveys revealed that the vast majority of scientists and academics find the U.S. presidency of Donald Trum […]