TheGreenAge: Helping people to make informed green, energy choices for their homes and businesses

Want to know what is the greenest way to heat your home this winter? How you can cut your bills and reduce your carbon footprint? Or do you perhaps want to know more about renewable energy in a way that is easy to understand? TheGreenAge is an energy saving advice portal for all things to do with “conserving energy” and making “the world just that little bit greener”.

A good resource for those in the UK who want to be mindful of their approach to energy, TheGreenAge features energy saving guides; videos with top tips; blogs with information on how you can reduce your environmental impact and developments in the energy sector; and a podcast where TheGreenAge panel discuss all things “renewable, reusable, and remarkable”.

The London-based TheGreenAge was founded by energy experts Nick Miles and James Alcock in 2011. They say: “In the face of climate change, fuel poverty and a looming UK energy shortage, energy efficiency is more important than ever. We need to find clever ways to cut our energy consumption in the UK, which will benefit homeowners and the planet alike.

“TheGreenAge has loads of simple tips to help you lower your household bills and improve your quality of life at the same time. Our focus is making sure everything we do is clear and accessible.”

TheGreenAge also provide impartial advice on the best way to improve the energy efficiency of your home, and have built up a network of tradespeople that they recommend.


Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyles including sustainable and green living. She also offers content services to businesses and individuals at

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