The 5 barriers to carbon reduction in education – and how to overcome them

This article originally appeared in EIBI (Energy In Buildings and Industry)

The same problems keep getting in the way of driving down emissions in the education sector. Yet these barriers shouldn’t be seen as insurmountable, advises Kevin Cox, Managing Director of Energys Group.

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Survey finds lack of tools hinders building energy savings

No matter how enthusiastic facilities managers are about cutting energy, many are “cautious” about energy reduction targets and feel hindered by a lack of tools, writes Energy Live News.

No matter how enthusiastic facilities managers are about cutting energy, many are “cautious” about energy reduction targets and feel hindered by a lack of tools, writes Energy Live News.

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DECC raises cap on Green Deal pay-back scheme

The Government has announced changes to the Green Deal scheme which will see the amount of money consumers get back increase on some installed efficiency measures, writes Edie.net.

The Government has announced changes to the Green Deal scheme which will see the amount of money consumers get back increase on some installed efficiency measures, writes Edie.net.

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Green Investment Bank loan for low energy street lights

The UK Green Investment Bank (UK GIB) is making funding available to local Authorities interested in switching to low energy streetlights, reports Edie.net.

The UK Green Investment Bank (UK GIB) is making funding available to local authorities interested in switching to low energy streetlights, reports Edie.net.

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