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  • Will the UK hit its 2020 energy targets?

    Governments around the world have become more environmentally conscious since the turn of the millennium – and the UK is no different.

    In response to growing social and cultural awareness around the topic of renewable energy, the UK government set itself a series of targets and goals with the aim of securing a more sustainable, green future.

     

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  • Solar Panels for Camping and Caravanning

    Do you consider yourself an avid camper during the warmer months? Or perhaps a break from the day-to-day in a caravan is more up your street? If so, solar panels could be the perfect addition to your current camping or caravanning gear.

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  • Why Wood Burning Stoves are the Green Choice

    People across the UK are looking to find ways to cut down their carbon footprints and bring more energy efficient products into their lives. This is something we fully advocate at Navitron and are delighted to see more and more people prioritising in their lives.

    One of the most popular ways of doing this is with a wood burning stove. Sometimes referred to as a log burner, these items not only provide an ornate, intimate charm to a living room, but when installed and designed correctly, they can also be extremely energy efficient.

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  • Cutting Back on Household Energy Usage

    When it comes to cutting down on your energy consumption, it’s a good idea to know where you’re starting from.

    Electricity and gas usage varies substantially across different times of the year. But according to Selectra, the medium average monthly usage in a UK home is:

    -          8.5 – 10 kWh per day of electricity

    -          33 – 38 kWh per day of gas

    According to a 2017 estimate from OFGEM, the UK’s energy regulator, the average UK household spends £1,123 on gas and electricity each year.

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  • Tips to cutdown your Household Appliance energy usage

    In most households, there are plenty of moving parts that keep things ticking over.

    Electrical appliances make our lives more convenient in many respects. However, each of the electrical appliances we use requires energy to operate and can even be draining your supplies when on standby.

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  • How the Cardiff Low-Carbon Heating Plan works

    At Navitron, we advocate any effort to cut back on the use of fossil fuels. We believe that renewable technology and green solutions are the future, and want as many people as possible to share our vision and join our mission.

    Governments on a national and local scale have long been aware of the need to support sustainable energy initiatives – whether it’s through the use of solar panels to heat water, heat pumps, or another way of embracing green technology.

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  • Apple’s Commitment to 100% Renewables

    Apple is one of the biggest companies on the planet for good reason. It has been a front-runner in the technology industry for decades, introducing countless products that are renowned for their ease-of-use, high-functionality and sleek style.

    Regardless of how successful they are, any major global company today comes under intense pressure to operate in the most green and eco-friendly way possible.

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  • Your Guide to Renewable Camping Items

    Getting out and enjoying the great outdoors in the summertime is something to be cherished. When the sun is shining, being out in the heart of mother nature and embracing all she has to offer is a true joy.

    The UK has seen a pleasant rise in the number of people going on camping holidays in recent years as more and more people discover how great this simplistic, peaceful way of holidaying can be.

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  • Embrace Solar Energy this Summer

    You too can take part in the green revolution!

    A growing number of households and organisations are creating a greener world thanks to their use of renewable technologies. In fact, renewable energy accounted for 29.4% of the UK’s electricity generation in 2017 according to a report from the UK government’s Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.

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  • Positive, Quirky and Bizarre Ways to Use Solar Panels

    Solar power has a variety of uses, but some are more effective and dynamic than others. This blog takes a look at examples of solar panels being used to good effect, some of the quirkier purposes for which they’ve been adapted, and one downright weird example that puts a new spin on the term ‘eco-friendly fashion’.

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