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How much electricity do computers use?
The Kent Energy Centre is run by the non-profit organisation Creative Environmental Networks (CEN).
CEN's website has info on renewable energy, energy efficiency and grants.
This database is called RESTATS, the Renewable Energy STATisticS database. The study was initially supported by the Statistical Office of the European Communities (Eurostat) whose objective was to encourage the collection of renewable energy statistics across all EU Member States to a standard format.
Rainwater Harvesters made in the UK.
Overpackaging is unnecessary and harmful to the environment, now you can name and shame the worst offenders
This Resource bank contains links to articles, papers and other documents that planners will find of use when assessing planning applications for renewable energy developments and/or formulating planning policy in their local authority.
Graphs of real-time demand for electricity from the UK National Grid and its AC frequency variance (requires Flash for 60-minute graphs)
Recycle your old mobile phone.
A useful piece on ROCs (Renewables Obligation Certificates)
The aim of this FreeUseIt is to give things away, to make use of those things that are still useful but you might normally have thrown away. In these environmentally conscious days we all have to be more aware and create less waste.
Living in a "throw away" society, ReUseItAll.com provides a free way for companies and individuals to give away unwanted items and waste products. Thus, avoiding disposal costs and effort, saving money, and reducing landfill.
These skip hire companies have requested reciprocal links to RRR on the basis that they recycle a high proportion of the waste they collect.
Solar Fusion Ltd is a government accredited supplier of the very latest solar power systems based in Dorset and providing services nationwide.
A New Blog about solar energy. Learn everything you need to know about solar power today.
Solar power for homes
List of Feed in Tariff suppliers
The best site on wind I've found, with very advanced calculators and explanations. See the guided tour.
The Green Company has a small and focussed team with Electronic, Civil and Environmental engineers at its heart. In the UK we have the capability to look after clients from Penzance to Dover and as far north as Cumbria. We also work in mediterranean countries on larger scale PV projects.
Directory of organic, green goods and services including renewable energy suppliers, fair trade clothing, gifts and gadgets.