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Energy Matters Newsletter – LATEST issue (48)

  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR ENERGY SUPPLY AND THE IMPACT OF COVID-19
  • Green flag greatness as Hunton and Arrathorne protect the planet
  • Power down right with Eco education site
  • Boiler houses
  • 7 years is a long time in energy management
  • Reusing food waste to create power
  • School declares climate emergency
  • Training and pupil events – a new way of working in autumn 2020
  • Healthy Schools online training

Energy Matters Newsletters - Issue 47

  • New gas supply contract Bills and meter readings during lock-down
  • Energy supply pricing for 2020/21
  • Power-Down Pete to the rescue! On-line games with an environmental theme
  • Mission Emissions! A chance for a global reset? A thought on lockdown and after.
  • Can your school help banish the evil Dr Freeze forever?
  • Warm and well at home.
  • Pickhill Peaks in Eco excellence The latest school to earn the coveted Green Flag award
  • Display Energy Certificates (DECs) Update on Covid-19; 10-year DECs
  • What is a tree worth?
  • Training and pupil events – Autumn 2020
  • Healthy Schools training

Energy Matters Newsletters - Issue 46

  • Energy prices for 2020/21 2020/21 budget information for gas and electricity
  • Contract Updates Important updates on our gas and electricity contract
  • Help for school business managers How SystemsLink can help finance staff
  • Seven years is a long time in energy management Observations from a DECO – Now and Then
  • Ofsted Inspections Why you need a DEC
  • Funding: The ‘climate emergency’ needs your school! Worth-while projects and how to fund them
  • Keep Calm with ARPete Book Power-down Pete in his latest incarnation!
  • Pupils investigate new sources of energy at our Energy Event An amazing event covering all aspects of energy
  • NYCC school makes the papers – in more ways than one! See what St Francis Xavier pupils have been up to…
  • Training and pupil events – Spring 2020 Fair Trade, Healthy Schools and Teacher training…