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Renewable energy can be confusing! The energyshare community works together to share and rate the most helpful information so you can find it quickly and easily. You can search below by title and keyword, or subject category. After you read the guide rate whether you thought it was ‘useful’.

What are the best energy-saving light bulbs?

  • Author: Laurence Macrory |
  • Category: Guides, Promoted|
  • Date added: 06/08/2013

We all take the lights above our head for granted, we walk into a room, we switch a light on with the flick of a button – but what does this mean for our energy usage? Did you know that lighting equates to about 17.5% of our global energy consumption!

Energy Jargon Buster

  • Author: esbadmin |
  • Category: Guides|
  • Date added: 20/05/2013

Get a grip on those alien acronyms using the energyshare Jargon Buster!

The Green Deal Guide

  • Author: Jess Ratty |
  • Category: Guides|
  • Date added: 16/05/2013

The UK government is giving homeowners and businesses the opportunity to step into the future and save money on energy bills with their new Green Deal initiative.

What is biomass heating?

  • Author: Jess Ratty |
  • Category: Guides|
  • Date added: 16/05/2013

Biomass is a word that sounds like it comes from a si-fi movie but it’s actually not fictional and it’s pretty simple.

Energy Conversion Guide – get your numbers right

  • Author: Jess Ratty |
  • Category: Guides|
  • Date added: 11/04/2013

We all read the news, we see the energy stories and we want to talk about them at the pub or around the dinner table. After all, it’s an interesting topic trying to figure out what your individual footprint on the environment might be – but how can you be a cool cat and understand the figures you are spouting across the sprouts?

Guide to Ground Source Heat Pumps

  • Author: Jess Ratty |
  • Category: Guides|
  • Date added: 08/04/2013

Under your feet the earth it is a lot warmer than you might think! By finding this heat and putting it into our homes you can have a warm home as well as a warm heart from being good to the environment.