Rental homes need energy efficiency ratings of C or above from 2025

The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) is part of the government’s objective to increase energy efficiency across homes in the UK and hopefully achieve net-zero carbon targets by 2050. Aimed at landlords and property owners, MEES is set to improve energy efficiency in their properties, improve conditions in privately rented homes and, in turn, reduce […]

East of England leads the way with renewable technologies

New data highlights the East of England as leading the way the when it comes to renewable technologies in the home with London at the bottom of the list with only 1.4% of properties installing renewable tech. Learn more here and read the ‘Renewing Britain’ report from MCS here:

Rishi Sunak set to implement suggestions from the Kalifa Review

Rishi Sunak has made good on his promises to the #fintech industry after announcing that he is set to implement some of the earlier suggestions from the Kalifa Review. The Chancellor of the Exchequer said: “Our vision is for a more open, greener, and more technologically advanced financial services sector. The UK is already known […]

Market-leading finance options for commercial renewables

Renewable electricity generation in the UK outperformed fossil fuels for the first year ever in 2020, with offshore and onshore wind providing more than half of the country’s renewable electricity last year. At Improveasy, we have a wide range of market-leading finance options for commercial renewables. Get in touch with our team to learn more. […]