Green Energy Options
The Energy Efficiency Advice provide offers free, impartial advice to householders on all aspects of energy efficiency. We work closely with all the local authorities in our region to help cut the amount of energy used in our homes and to reduce CO2 emissions. Most local authorities provide grants and offers for residents to install energy efficiency measures in their homes; to find out what's available in your area..
Much of this heat escapes to the outside. Plastic strip curtains or swing doors are suitable partitions for large open doors, and will considerably reduce the energy wastage over that of an air-curtain. If, due to the constant traffic through the doors, air curtains are essential, ensure that they are switched off when not needed, especially in summer.
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If you can show commitment to good working practices, understanding the importance of good communication and high quality solar panels then CP could be the place for you.
PEOPLE looking for advice on how to stay warm in their homes and cut energy bills this winter are being encouraged to visit the Scottish Government's Home Energy Scotland Roadshow which rolls into Dumbarton tomorrow (Wednesday).
Wherever possible, the Branches are expected to be autonomous and self-funding although the Centre does pump prime some initiatives e.g. emerging branches. Nevertheless, there is a clear need for the CXE to act as a unified organisation, yet still satisfy its local customers. The current Regional Branches are as follows:
We offer a range of exciting benefits including, a lively modern office, flexible working hours, a training focused culture and a contributory pension scheme.
If you thrive on a challenge, feel you can bring a high level of expertise to our team and you have a passion for providing exciting solutions; then we would like to hear from you. However you will need to pass a few tests to be able to join us, but they are very simple and should not cause any problems.