The new Renolution grants cover 45 types of work carried out in relation to energy efficiency, home renovation and façade improvement.Find out more
When you are much more at home, you also consume more energy. A few simple saving tips will immediately have an impact on your energy bill.Find out more
The arrival of winter coincides with shorter and colder days. If you want to get through the winter nice and warm without breaking the bank, whilst spending a thought for the environment, here are a few tips and tricks that will help you get your home ready for winter.Find out more
To calculate the consumption of electrical appliances in kWh, you have to take into account the capacity and the length of use. As an example, we calculate the annual energy consumption of a radio alarm and a vacuum cleaner.Find out more
Heating the water accounts for up 90 % of the energy used when washing. So always wash at the lowest possible temperature. If your washing is not really dirty, wash at 40° or even 30°. By doing so, you’ll save no less than 50% of the energy you would otherwise use.
Insulating a house after it has been built isn’t always easy. But if you have cavity walls, you can inject an insulating substance.
TV sets, video recorders, DVD players and hi-fi equipment also use electric power when you are not using them or when they look like they have been switched off.
A multiple outlet power strip allows you to put paid to this stand-by power consumption with the press of a single button.