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Ambition for Energy Efficiency

Aspiration and Ambition for Energy Efficiency

Aspiration and Ambition for Energy Efficiency Sarah Kostense-Winterton’s article “Aspiration and Ambition for Energy Efficiency” was first printed in Issue 12 of Insulate Magazine. Read this article and the full magazine online here. “Ambitious, broad and binding”, Energy Minister shows renewed aspiration and ambition for energy efficiency On Thursday 12 …

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Clean Growth Strategy did not disappoint say MIMA

Clean Growth Strategy Did not Disappoint Say MIMA

Clean Growth Strategy Did not Disappoint say MIMA MIMA (Mineral Wool Insulation Manufacturers Association) share their views below on the Government’s Clean Growth Strategy announcement, detailed here on insulate network. Renewed Commitment to Energy Efficiency Today’s Clean Growth Strategy announcement at Plexal in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park by Secretary …

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How the Government can Make Our Buildings Great Again

How the Government can make our buildings great again

Aspirational Action Plan for the Government to make our Buildings Great Again Sarah Kostense-Winterton the Executive Director of MIMA, the Mineral Wool Insulation Manufacturers Association and monthly insulate magazine columnist discusses how a major industry Alliance, the Energy Efficiency Group (EEIG) has launched an aspirational action plan for Government to …

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We Must Keep Aspirations Running High

MIMA Keep Aspirations Running High

We Must Keep Aspirations Running High Published originally in Insulate Magazine Issue 10, Sarah Kostense-Winterton Executive Director of MIMA (Mineral Wool Insulation Manufacturers Association) encourages the industry to keep aspirations running high. After the political tumult of recent months, we are encouraged by the enthusiasm of Claire Perry, the new …

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Fabric First Pivotal to Success of Smart Buildings

MIMA stress need for fabric first to underpin smart buildings

Fabric First Pivotal to Success of Smart Buildings MIMA’s message to the National Infrastructure Commission “A successful move towards smart buildings is underpinned by the “fabric first” principle” The most recent National Infrastructure Commission’s report on The Impact of the Environment and Climate Change on Future Infrastructure Supply and Demand …

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