Armed forces get fuel poverty in their sights

A new service aims to protect current and previous members of the armed forces from fuel poverty. Forces for Warmth, an initiative launched by the National Energy Action (NEA) and The Royal British Legion (TRBL), is already helping vulnerable ex-service people across the East Midlands tackle their energy bills. A survey conducted by the charities […]

UK firms develop solar energy storage for armed forces

Four British energy companies are working together to develop safe, lightweight and robust solar energy storage systems for the military around the world. Lincad, Oxis Energy, Pure Wafer and Solutronic are sharing their knowledge and expertise for the “next generation” of battery technology, which will also be adapted for the commercial and residential market. Lincad […]

Armed forces recruited into renewables

Servicemen leaving the armed forces are being sought after by the renewables sector. Cenex, a centre for low carbon vehicles (LCVs), is teaming up with the Forces’ Career Transition Partnership to host an Industry Awareness Day for Service leavers with an engineering background. Many organisations in the LCV sector already employ ex-Service personnel, but the […]