We all try to be a bit greener here and there- but eco-friendly gadgets can be expensive and time consuming. We set out to find some cheap ways you can reduce your energy consumption- and your carbon footprint.Find out more here
Student Energy blog
The kitchen is many cases (especially those of students) is the most used room in the house, and therefore the room which generates the most waste. However, it is one of the easiest rooms to eco-ise, with many ways of cutting down on unnecessary waste. At university the kitchen can be a much neglected space (especially in terms of cleaning!) These easy tips will help you cut down on energy waste in the kitchen, increase your sustainability and will make you feel like you're saving the world! (which you are, really.)Read More
For this week’s blog post we decided to interview the manager of our best performing site, to see what they were doing to make The Student Energy Project so successful at their accommodation. Our top performing site is currently INTO Newcastle, where Laura Elliott, the Reception and Accommodation Officer, is responsible for promoting the project.Read More
It’s almost time to leave uni and go home for Christmas (yay!) but it’s important to remember your room is still there even if you’re not, and it could be using up energy and electricity while you’re away. So, before your dreams of mince pies and presents send you running out the door on the last day of term, remember to take these measures to make sure you stay efficient during the holidays.FIND OUT MORE HERE!