Articles in Energy saving
For hundreds of years, we have made use of wind power. A common image that comes to mind is the classic Dutch windmill in Holland.
Nowadays, wind power is becoming more important, widely used and with …
While my passion is combining frugality with sustainable living, it doesn’t mean I don’t have a wishlist of ‘one day’ investment that would flex the plastic somewhat!
On the blog I talk about eating well on …
The company who supply our electricity at Little Green Blog HQ contacted me last month.
I didn’t realise prices (and our usage!) had crept up and my account was in arrears to the tune of £300.
Yup, that’s right – November! This month is the month that most people – and many public bodies – finally cave in and turn on the heating.
I’ve been learning some amazing facts for Zero Waste Week which runs 5-9th September.
The theme this year is reducing food waste, which is a topic close to my heart.
Whether you are building your dream home from scratch or thrusting a period property into the 21st century the principles in creating a low carbon emission property remain the same.
As you know, we’re huge fans of LED light bulbs here at Chez Green.
Mr Green has BUILT them for the downstairs which run off small solar panels. I know, what a guy!
As you might remember, Mr Green and I came up with a cunning and frugal plan to reduce our carbon footprint.
Being the ever-resourceful guy, Mr Green lined our dining room curtains and ceiling with space …
I’m all for reducing our carbon footprint and our bills by being aware of the amount of energy we use.
In the past I’ve tried all sorts of energy recording devices from the Owl to the …
An electric car should be a no-brainer for a green household. But here are ten reasons why I won’t be buying one soon.