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You can download an EPC from Landmark using the report reference number found at the top of the report. Landmark can also be used to check if an Energy Assessor is licenced to produce EPCs
The Energy Saving Trust is an excellent website full of useful information on many green related topics such as microgeneration and home improvement. A highly recommended read!
The Low Carbon Buildings Programme has Information on government grants avaliable now for homeowners and businesses to bring us closer to carbon neutrality.
The Carbon Trust is a good source of information for low carbon business solutions. The trust is funded by the Government.
RdSAP or Reduced Standard Assessment procedure is the methodology used by energy assessors to produce EPCs
Green Spec has detailed information on improvements you could make to your home.
Energy Planet is a huge directory of renewables related websites.
The Renewable Energy Centre has lots of detailed nformation about green energy and what the options are as well as extensive links.
The British Wind Energy Association has resources to introduce you to the concept of electricity generation by capturing the power of the wind. You can subscribe to Wind Power Monthly. The magazine is a reliable source of information on micro-wind news. Micro wind refers to generating electricity using a small wind turbine