Cozens Place goes solar

Cozens Place goes solar

Unit One Architects has turned a disused London lot into a row of dwellings with energy-saving features to meet the Level 4 Code for Sustainable Homes. Located behind a historic neighborhood of terraced Victorian houses in northern London’s Harringay Ladder district,...
Cozens Place goes solar

The sun can power your pool

If you’re lucky enough to have your own swimming pool, save with solar! Run cooling or heating systems during the day when the panels are generating power. Add a timer if your system doesn’t already have one. Ready to go solar? Call B.Solar on 1800 932 356!...
Cozens Place goes solar

Keep your cool with solar

Heating and cooling account for a whopping 18 per cent of your energy bill, so make sure you’re adjusting the temperature of your home when your solar panels can help. In the middle of the afternoon, use your heating and cooling appliances to bring the...
Cozens Place goes solar

What is the Feed-in Tariff (FiT)?

What is a feed-in tariff (FiT)? This is the payment you’ll receive from your electricity retailer when you start selling your excess solar power back into the grid. Not only will solar save you money by reducing your coal-fired power bill, you can money from it too!...
Cozens Place goes solar

The Sun & Vitamin D

The sun is the source of life – and Vitamin D! Vitamin D is a chemical made in the skin when it’s exposed to sunlight. This vitamin is converted in the body into a hormone that helps ensure the levels of calcium in the blood stay within a narrow range. Vitamin D...
Cozens Place goes solar

Even on standby, appliances use power

Did you know that many electrical devices (kitchen appliances, TVs, computers, game consoles, HiFi systems) also consume electricity when they not in use and on standby? Considering the number of electrical devices in a normal house, the standby consumption can really...