Archive by category Clean and Green

Innovative technology enables more homes to connect to Nottingham’s District Heating Network

Innovative technology enables more homes to connect to Nottingham’s District Heating Network

Nottingham City Council is working with Nottingham City Homes to connect four low-rise apartment blocks in Sneinton to the District Heating network. As part of the city’s ongoing Greener HousiNG programme, 94 households in Bryon, Keswick, Morley and Haywood Courts will be receiving energy efficiency measures, including a connection to the city’s energy-from-waste, low carbon, […]

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No Clean Air Zone for Nottingham

No Clean Air Zone for Nottingham

Citywide measures already under way to improve air quality mean a Clean Air Zone is no longer being considered in Nottingham. Cllr Sally Longford, Portfolio Holder for Energy and Environment, said existing measures would reduce air pollution to below the legal limit, without the need for a Clean Air Zone. Projects contributing to the fall […]

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Nottingham’s ultra-low energy homes win national innovation award

Nottingham’s ultra-low energy homes win national innovation award

A project that has radically improved the energy efficiency of ten homes in Sneinton won last night’s prestigious UK Housing Award for Innovation of the Year. The UK Housing Awards, run by the Chartered Institute of Housing and Inside Housing, are known as ‘the Oscars of the housing world’ and showcase the very best the […]

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Awards for green, clean neighbourhood projects  

Awards for green, clean neighbourhood projects   

  Communities who are working together to make their area a greener and cleaner place to live are invited to sign up for ‘It’s Your Neighbourhood’ – part of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Britain in Bloom campaign. Last year, 51 groups from Nottingham received awards to celebrate their efforts in brightening up their own patch […]

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Nottingham City Council says – “Hate litter? Help us do something about it”

Nottingham City Council says – “Hate litter? Help us do something about it”

Nottingham City Council today (Tuesday 10 April) launches a campaign asking Nottingham residents to play their part in reducing litter. Everyone is being encouraged to keep Nottingham clean by picking up and binning a piece of litter when they are out and about. If everyone in the city picked up a piece of litter, it […]

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Council sites will generate ONE MILLION kilowatt hours of solar power in 2018

Council sites will generate ONE MILLION kilowatt hours of solar power in 2018

Nottingham City Council’s green energy journey has reached an important milestone as its largest solar scheme yet puts it on course to generate over one million kilowatt hours of solar energy this year. One million kilowatts would be enough energy to meet the entire Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall’s energy needs for 2018, powering […]

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Nottingham City Council joins innovative project to reduce energy use in its buildings

Nottingham City Council joins innovative project to reduce energy use in its buildings

Nottingham City Council is taking part in a new project looking at how people and technology can work better together to reduce the energy demand within its building buildings to further reduce running costs and minimise their carbon footprint. The Council has been actively investing in energy efficiency and generating technologies across its buildings to […]

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Nottingham City Council launches innovative solar framework

Nottingham City Council launches innovative solar framework

Nottingham City Council has launched a renewable energy framework which will help boost the growing number of solar projects in the city – and elsewhere around the country. Building on its reputation as the UK’s Smartest City for energy the council is increasingly looking at solar to meet its large energy demand and make use […]

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Victoria Leisure Centre is Nottingham City Council’s latest green energy site

Victoria Leisure Centre is Nottingham City Council’s latest green energy site

Victoria Leisure Centre has become the City Council’s 43rd commercial solar site as the authority builds on its renewable energy capacity to further reduce its running costs and carbon footprint. The new solar roof at the Victoria Leisure Centre will generate free green electricity for the use of the centre, saving an estimated £4,000 a […]

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Nottingham City Council wins Green Energy Award

Nottingham City Council wins Green Energy Award

Nottingham City Council’s pioneering initiatives to transform the city into the UK’s most energy self-sufficient city were recognised at last night’s Regen Green Energy Awards. The prestigious Green Energy Awards honour organisations who have shown innovation, dedication and creative ingenuity enabling the transformation to clean, smart and flexible energy. The City Council won the most […]

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