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How TSEP is steering the student generation to proactively modify their own environmental behaviours

How TSEP is steering the student generation to proactively modify their own environmental behaviours
Tori Wheeler
Tori Wheeler

September 2016 will see The Student Energy Project launching its energy saving campaign across universities and private student housing companies for the third consecutive year running. 2015/16 saw it operating in 17 residences across the UK and was the first year we opened up the project to universities urgently seeking a solution to modify their students’ behaviour in energy consumption and the impact they’re having on the environment.

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Water Market Opening in April 2017

Water Market Opening in April 2017
Ciara Murphy
Ciara Murphy

In April 2017, 1.2 million eligible business customers in England will be able to choose who supplies their water and wastewater (sewerage) retail services.

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A truly transparent approach

A truly transparent approach
Alison Howard
Alison Howard

Back in 2013 Ofgem (The government regulator for gas and electricity markets in the UK) started the discussion around regulating the TPI's (Third Party Intermediaries) and this was a welcomed change by us here at amber energy™.

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Your property value could plummet if you avoid the MEES?

Your property value could plummet if you avoid the MEES?
Nick Proctor
Nick Proctor

So the jury's out. Get a cheap EPC and duck and dive under the legislation and you may just get away with it. But hold that asset for too long and if you don't nip and tuck it's energy credentials into shape & you could wake up to a nasty surprise. One thing that is for sure is avoid investing into energy performance standards & see your property value plummet.

Can you avoid the MEES standards?