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Pupils from Dubmire Primary School were joined by local MP Bridget Philipson to learn about climate change, renewable energy and how to become greener and more energy efficient, with the help of npower climate cops.">

Pupils from Dubmire Primary School were joined by local MP Bridget Philipson to learn about climate change, renewable energy and how to become greener and more energy efficient, with the help of npower climate cops.

Volker Beckers CEO, RWE npower said: “We welcome the OLEV Plug-in Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy. It is a step in the right direction to support the mass roll-out of infrastructure for electric vehicles, and I’m very pleased to see that currently npower is the only energy supplier in Britain that can offer an end-to-end utility-scale charging service that uses the preferred connector”">

Volker Beckers CEO, RWE npower said: “We welcome the OLEV Plug-in Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy. It is a step in the right direction to support the mass roll-out of infrastructure for electric vehicles, and I’m very pleased to see that currently npower is the only energy supplier in Britain that can offer an end-to-end utility-scale charging service that uses the preferred connector”

npower has launched its third annual hunt for the country’s top four students who have the green passion needed to help tackle an environmental issue in their local area and inspire people to live more sustainable lives.

The winning university team will be joined by volunteers from npower on the trip of a lifetime to the Arctic where they will experience the effects of global warming first hand.">

npower has launched its third annual hunt for the country’s top four students who have the green passion needed to help tackle an environmental issue in their local area and inspire people to live more sustainable lives.

The winning university team will be joined by volunteers from npower on the trip of a lifetime to the Arctic where they will experience the effects of global warming first hand.

npower reveals, with over a third of parents (34%) feeling replaced in their child’s life, and traded in for technology by having to compete with gadgets such as consoles and social networking for their son or daughter’s attention.">

Families are in danger of falling into a ‘digital parent trap’, new research by npower reveals, with over a third of parents (34%) feeling replaced in their child’s life, and traded in for technology by having to compete with gadgets such as consoles and social networking for their son or daughter’s attention.

June 1 – 7 is Volunteers’ Week. It is an opportunity for volunteers to be recognised and their achievements acknowledged. Volunteering is big business in Britain; between 2009 and 2010, 40 per cent of adults volunteered formally (volunteers associated with a club/organisation), contributing an estimated £22.7bn to the economy (Source: UK Civil Society Almanac)*.

npower, which has launched its own consultation for businesses in response to the government’s Red Tape Challenge.">

Businesses need to make sure they make their voices heard when it comes to shaping current and future energy legislation, according to energy firm npower, which has launched its own consultation for businesses in response to the government’s Red Tape Challenge.