Who are we?We’re The Eco Experts, a group of climate-friendly writers who can tell you exactly how to cut your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint – all while improving your home.Since 2009, our London-based team has helped people all over the UK to go green in the most cost-efficient, energy-efficient ways, staying one step ahead of the latest grants, technology, and trends. And in 2022 we arrived in America! Your home is important. We can help you make it work better for you and the planet. Our missionTo help people who care about the planet reduce their energy costs with expert information about green technology. Our first area of expertise is solar panels, which is the only category on the site at the moment. Our teamWe’ve collected the best and brightest minds to create content that will save you money and the planet – and here they are.Charlie Clissitt, EditorRaised in the rolling hills of North Yorkshire (UK) and now based in the murky streets of London, Charlie has been researching and writing about the home energy market for over five years. Charlie’s particular specialism is solar panels; how they’re made, how they work, how they look, and whether they have a future in the US (they do). Josh Jackman, Lead WriterJosh has written about environmental issues for the past three years, in which time his stat-filled work has laid out the cost-benefit of countless green technologies and government grants. He’s been featured on the FT’s front page, on BBC Radio, and in BT's smart home initiative. Beth Howell, Senior WriterBeth has a real passion for green living. She’s been absorbed in eco research for three years, and has become an indispensable expert. Whether you’re after a new set of solar panels, a home energy improvement, or you want to catch the latest eco news, she’s got your back. Duncan Lambden, Senior WriterDuncan is your main man when you want to cut your energy bills, thanks to his expertise on solar panels and energy efficiency. When he’s not conserving energy, Duncan enjoys writing, playing video games, and being overly pretentious about analysing stories. Tom Gill, WriterTom grew up loving the environment in Cornwall, and now channels that passion into creating guides on solar panels, heat pumps, and the carbon footprint of the Roman Empire. Tom reckons local community projects are our best hope of ending fossil-fuel reliance. Contact usWant to contact us about one of our articles? Have a question about any of the products, services, or grants we write about? Great, we’d love to hear from you.Just email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.