Monthly Archives: October 2011

How green are green energy tariffs?

Do green electricity tariffs make much difference? And if so, which is best? This is a question I get asked quite a lot – most recently on Twitter by Francis Irving. I figured the best way to reply was to … Continue reading

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Groundbreaking new data tracks carbon back to source

Originally published on The Guardian Which of the following accounts for the largest share of the UK’s carbon footprint? All our holiday flights, all the power used in our homes or … Russia? Okay, so it’s kind of a trick … Continue reading

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