Homeowner eco-technology & renewable energy guide

The smart home: a homeowner’s guide to eco-technology and renewable energy

This guide could be helpful to those looking to make their homes eco-friendly and energy efficient.


The guide offers everything a homeowner needs to know about sustainable tech:

  1. How to take advantage of green mortgages for lower interest rates

  2. Government support for homeowners, including the Green Deal loan and the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive

  3. Smart technology options and their associated costs, like smart meters, lighting, and heating

  4. Green energy sources, and how to install them or find an energy provider

To give you a flavor of the insights it offers, here are just a handful of figures:

  • Smart Energy International estimates that a smart home can save 30-40% of energy.

  • Since the government has ambitious aims to cut emissions by 78% by 2035, they offer financial aid to homeowners wanting to make green changes in their homes.

  • In the last decade, smart technology has become increasingly more affordable, with smart plugs starting at under 10GBP.

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