Have you ever thought about checking your contracted power level? FACUA, the consumer union, is advising households to check the potencia eléctrica contratada in their homes. Many household will have a potencia which is higher than they need, meaning they’re paying for something they never use. You see, in short: When you sign up for a power supply, you choose a contract power level (potencia eléctrica contratada) which appears on your bill. The default level Continue reading Tried saving on energy bills by checking your supplied power?
From the press, you’d have thought that 3d home printing was The Next Big Thing and we’d be expecting every UK kid to be screaming for one this Christmas. However, ideal.es stunned us (me) today by saying Spain only has three 3d printers and that two uni students at Almeria Uni have just built the fourth. There must be more than 3…. they only cost a few hundred euros? I don’t think I believe that Continue reading Almería gets Spains 4th homemade 3d printer
There are now over 10,000 people living in the streets, according to Cáritas Diocesana de Almeria, the Christian charity, who add that over 25,000 houses in the province have been seized by the financial institutions and are lying empty. The charity estimates that 7,000 of these homeless live in the plastic greenhouses of the Poniente, over El Ejido way, and the others are scattered around the major urban areas. Many of these people are illegal Continue reading Over 10,000 homeless in province warns charity