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Association for the Conservation of Energy
ACE exists to reduce overall energy demand to ensure a secure and sustainable energy future. It does this through lobbying, campaigning and carrying out research to achieve sensible and consistent policy, legislation and targets; by raising a positive awareness of energy conservation and by encouraging increased investment in all appropriate energy saving measures.
Carbon Neutral North East
CarbonNeutral Newcastle helps people and local businesses understand their impact on climate change and provides them with straightforward ways to act in beneficial ways. The ultimate goal is to help Newcastle become the world’s first CarbonNeutral, zero-CO2 city.
CarbonNeutral Newcastle is ensuring a secure, reliable and affordable energy supply, healthy lifestyles and responsible business practice in the North East.
Centre for Sustainable Energy
CSE’s mission as an independent charity is to advance sustainable energy policy and practice. They seek energy solutions that engage people and communities to meet real needs for both environmentally sound and affordable energy services.
Climate Change Communications Fund
Information on the Climate Change Communications Fund and how to apply.
Check out the Climate Dome, it’s venues and news items. Calculate your Carbon Footprint and make your pledge to reduce carbon emissions.
Information on Warm Front, parliamentary issues and community initiatives.
Energy Efficiency Partnership for Homes
The Energy Efficiency Partnership for Homes is a network of over 395 organisations from the public, private and voluntary sectors. By working together they aim to reduce the energy consumed by UK households as well as the number of people who are unable to sufficiently heat their homes during winter (known as ’fuel poverty’).
Energy Saving Trust
Encouraging energy efficiency and the integration of renewable energy sources into the economic fabric of our society.
Energywatch is the independent watchdog for gas and electricity consumers. They provide free, impartial advice on a range of energy issues. They also take up complaints on behalf of consumers who are experiencing difficulty in resolving problems directly with their energy suppliers.
NEA develops and promotes energy efficiency services to tackle the heating and insulation problems of low-income households. Working in partnership with central and local government; with fuel utilities, housing providers and health services; and with consumer organisations, NEA aims to eradicate fuel poverty and campaigns for greater investment in energy efficiency to help those who are poor or vulnerable.
Warm Zones Ltd
Warm Zones is the only large-scale, Defra/DTI/EST independently evaluated area-based programme delivering an effective, targeted approach to identify fuel-poor households and deliver real benefits through energy efficiency improvements and income maximisation.