Dental tourism and lowering energy costs

8 July 2022

As July continues and a heat wave plans to bathe the UK in lots of sun, it feels like summer is finally here. Dental headlines ask what’s going to happen next for the industry in wake of the current political upheaval, while also warning against the dangers of dental tourism following a rise in “Turkey teeth” needing re-treatment in practices across the nation. On the renewable energy side, estimates suggest energy bills could fall due to greener energy sources and that fossil fuels are well and truly on their way out. To keep up to date with all the news, you can add your name to our mailing list by emailing us today.


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Renewable Energy

UK energy bills to drop next year thanks to record-breaking investment in renewables

Industry toasts record renewables auction as UK scrambles to boost domestic energy supplies

UK unveils biggest round of clean energy subsidies

Biggest renewables auction accelerates move away from fossil fuels

“Without electricity market reform, UK’s plan for green grid by 2035 is at risk”

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Energy crisis breakthrough: Shell offers lifeline with ‘largest green hydrogen plant’

New research sheds light on decarbonisation of social housing

UK Maps Out £54 Billion of Wiring to Connect Offshore Wind

UK added one-fifth of global offshore wind capacity in 2021

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