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Steven Heath details a five-point plan through which he views the UK’s readiness to deliver large-scale, low-energy renovation


We shine a spotlight on LED lamps. Jeanine Chrobak describes their benefits and the ways they can be used inside the home.
Clare Campbell explains how better design is helping to dispel the myths around air source heat pumps to make them an increasingly viable option for domestic properties
As the number of external wall insulation continues to disappoint Dave Sherlock discusses there is a need to learn more about the ECO scheme
As a prerequisite of eligibility for the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, MCS accreditation is more important to the success of the renewables industry than ever before, says Nancy Jonsson
Only underfloor heating can compliment the energy-saving performance of heat pumps. Robert Ewels examines the best route to successful installation and commissioning
Competition in the water industry is coming. Andrew Bainbridge believes that this should act as a spur for suppliers to place greater emphasis on customer service
If the potential for energy saving is to be met then the Government must take a closer look at whether its policies are being implemented or just ignored
Feed-in tariffs are not exactly flavour of the month right now given the unholy row between the Government and the solar PV industry. But they still have their place, believes Matthew Rhodes
The flexibility to respond to the needs of the building is critical to achieving maximum benefit from CHP. Beata Blachut explains how this principle can be applied to both large and small projects
The technology already exists to make lighting across the UK’s built environment cleaner and more cost-efficient. The problem lies in raising the capital, writes Nicola Martin.

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