5 Tips For Making Your Business More Energy Efficient

Sep 14, 16 5 Tips For Making Your Business More Energy Efficient

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Embracing sustainability and becoming more energy efficient has become a new goal in the past two decades.

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Save your energy bills by Energy Efficient windows

Oct 04, 13 Save your energy bills by Energy Efficient windows

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Treatment of Energy efficient window will certainly save money on the energy bill. It may decorate the windows and can give you great way of controlling source of light in home. If the windows aren’t energy efficient in home

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Lowering your home’s CO2 emissions

Jul 18, 12 Lowering your home’s CO2 emissions

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With Christmas coming up, there’s an easy gift that you can give to the planet – reduce your CO2 emissions.

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What Type of Fuel is Best?

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With the amount of cars and petrol choices out there these days, deciding on the best fuel to use for your vehicle can be confusing. With inflated petrol prices, not to mention rising car insurance premiums and yearly registration and maintenance costs, running a car can add up. Photo: darkmatter So from unleaded, diesel and ethanol blends, how do you choose a petrol that will work with your engine, while also saving you some money? Here, we explain the difference between different petrols and give you the low-down on the different fuel types – and how they might work with your vehicle. What’s the difference? You’re probably wondering what the main difference is between each fuel type. Generally speaking, some fuels have a higher octane rating (or RON) than others, making them more expensive. Regular unleaded petrol has a rating of about 91RON, while premium unleaded is rated at 95RON. The octane rating will vary according to the type of petrol it is and the manufacturer (e.g. BP, Caltex, Shell etc.). How do you choose? When it comes to newer cars, it’s considered that the higher the octane rating, the better the engine performance. For older cars, fuel companies will often argue that higher octane petrols are better for engine health, though they might not enhance the engine’s performance. Depending on your car make and model, you’ll need to use a petrol that has the minimum RON rating for your engine. To find this out, check your fuel consumption label and/or car manual. You can always use a petrol that’s higher than your minimum requirements, of course, but it will cost you more. Unleaded Unleaded petrol has a rating of 91RON and the most common vehicles are designed to run on unleaded petrol. However, unleaded petrol is slowly being phased out by the NSW Government with the aim of pushing motorists to switch to premium unleaded or E10 fuels. While some drivers argue that their vehicles have had a much larger fuel consumption with...

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US Carmakers are waking up to the green revolution

It’s taken a long time, but it seems at long last that US carmakers are finally waking up to the green revolution.

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Safety First With The Honda Accord

If you’re looking for a car that gives an overwhelming array of safety features, then look no further than the ninth generation Honda Accord. It was previewed at the Detroit Motor Show in January, and comes packed with safety features as standard.

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