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Are Solar Panels Worth It in the UK?

Are Solar Panels Worth It in the UK?
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Are Solar Panels Worth It in the UK?

Date: Friday July 23, 2021 | By: Jessica Morley
Is it sunny enough for solar power to be generated in the UK? People often ask us whether solar panels are worth having installed in the UK, due to the perceived lack of sunshine. The simple answer is yes, there is more than enough energy generated by the sun to make solar panels a worthwhile […]
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How Nature Can Impact Your Mental Health
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How Nature Can Impact Your Mental Health

Date: Thursday July 22, 2021 | By: Jessica Morley
When we make time for nature, whether you’re visiting green spaces such as parks, woodland areas or forests as well as blue spaces like rivers, lakes and beaches, you are instantly generating a multitude of positive emotions. When it comes to mental health and nature facts, research states that when you experience negative feelings, you […]
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Are Solar Panels Really a ‘Fit and Forget’ Type of System?
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Are Solar Panels Really a ‘Fit and Forget’ Type of System?

Date: Tuesday July 13, 2021 | By: Jessica Morley
The global renewable energy industry grew at its fastest rate last year since 1999, and according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), solar power projects grew by 50% more than its growth before the Coronavirus pandemic! This clean energy demand could not be more timelier with the threat of climate change expecting to worsen the […]
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How to Make Your Pension and Investments Go Green
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How to Make Your Pension and Investments Go Green

Date: Tuesday June 22, 2021 | By: Jessica Morley
Many of us are trying to make small lifestyle changes to benefit the planet and our futures, and so making sure that our pensions and investments are green will certainly help us meet our net zero targets! It is stated that £87 billion a year goes into Britain’s pension schemes, a figure that is predicted […]
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Be Energy Independent During Power Cuts 
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Be Energy Independent During Power Cuts 

Date: Friday April 16, 2021 | By: Jessica Morley
Power cuts in the UK can be caused by a lot of different things, and rural areas with overhead grid lines through dense vegetation are more prone to outages. Whether it is caused by acts of nature; voltage dips and short power cuts, we know that experiencing blackout electricity can be difficult, especially for those […]
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Combat Climate Anxiety and Slow Down Climate Destruction at the Same Time
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Combat Climate Anxiety and Slow Down Climate Destruction at the Same Time

Date: Wednesday October 21, 2020 | By: Jessica Morley
For those who are unfamiliar with the term climate anxiety, it is an overwhelming phycology awareness of the state of our environment. Climate anxiety in youth, find themselves constantly anxious, feeling stressed and worried about global warming and experts are becoming concerned about the strain that the climate crisis is having on our younger generation’s […]
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The National Grid Expects the UK to be a Carbon Negative Country by 2033
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The National Grid Expects the UK to be a Carbon Negative Country by 2033

Date: Wednesday September 16, 2020 | By: Jessica Morley
With more of us working hard to achieve environmental justice, it’s safe to say climate battles are certainly being won across the globe, and over the past few years we have witnessed some of the most monumental movements. Initiating back to 2018, 15-year-old Greta Thunberg proposed school strikes around the world, encouraging millions of young […]
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