Energy News
October 2018

Funding support for a five-year Scheme that aims to examine ways in which to trade participants’ flexibility by utilizing a digital marketplace to create income and safeguard against grid upgrades has been green lit by Ofgem.
Friday October 12, 2018 |  0 Comments Read More
The quality of Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) needs to be more consistent in order to effectively improve the way buildings consume energy, industry experts have claimed.
Monday October 8, 2018 |  0 Comments Read More
RE100 companies are more profitable than their peers, a new report reveals.
Friday October 5, 2018 |  0 Comments Read More
Low Carbon has gained provisional approval for a large scale battery energy storage project in Northern Ireland, with planning documents suggesting that three more could be on the horizon in the emerging market.
Thursday October 4, 2018 |  0 Comments Read More
Smart Buildings Show 2018    
7 November 2018
7th - 8th November Barbican, London
EMEX 2018    
21 November 2018
21st - 22nd November ExCEL, London
27th - 28th November Olympia, Kensington, London
The Energy Awards 2018    
5 December 2018
5th December London Hilton, Park Lane



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