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Renewables produced nearly 37 per cent of the UK’s power last year, according to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
The UK's total carbon footprint - used to cover consumption-related emissions wherever in the world they occur - fell by 21 per cent between 2007 and 2017, new Government data has revealed.
The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has announced Terry Sharp as its new President. Sharp takes over from Jon Belfield who has held the role for the past two years.
Up to 40,000 chargers would need to be installed per month between now and 2035 for every motorist without private parking to have access to a dedicated charger, according to a new report from EV charging company Connected Kerb.
ENGIE has signed an agreement with Heathrow Airport to replace natural gas with 100 per cent green biomethane from anaerobic digestion to all meter points, across all terminals until March 2022. This agreement builds on an existing partnership where ENGIE has been supplying biomethane to Heathrow’s Energy Centre, as well as natural gas to other areas.
Waste heat from the London Underground network is now capable of providing heating and hot water to more than 1,350 homes, a school and two leisure centres in Islington thanks to a recently opened pioneering energy centre.
The latest research from Jones Lang LaSalle has revealed the tangible financial benefits that sustainable office buildings can deliver to investors through a combination of higher rents and stronger leasing velocity
Bristol Energy and Baxi Heating have completed trials to explore whether offering heat as a service could drive demand for low-carbon heating solutions.
Low-carbon generation accounted for more than 51 per cent of the electricity supplied in the UK in 2019.
Current government tax structures incentivise the demolition of buildings that should instead be recycled in order to reach net zero.
Many councils in England have no idea how much energy they use, a new survey reveals.
Housebuilders will be banned from “grandfathering” building regulations energy efficiency standards, once new zero-carbon requirements are introduced in 2025.
The European Union is set to completely fail to meet its 2020 target of an energy reduction of 20 per cent from 1995 levels.
Plans for the design of the largest smart city-wide energy system in the UK have been unveiled. The £2m scheme will cut energy bills and provide green heat, electricity and transport for residents.
The SMART-aM&T conference will take place at the Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre (mtc), Ansty Park, Coventry, on the 12th March 2020.
Shell Energy is launching a new electric vehicle (EV) charging offer including an EV tariff and charger.
Facilities management firm Mitie has set a net-zero carbon target for 2025, claimed to be the most ambitious in its sector.
Energy tech firm Limejump is set to optimise 100MW of battery storage, providing grid balancing and frequency response services.
Resource management company Veolia, working through its specialist energy performance contracting team, is now helping the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust save money and cut carbon emissions using wide-ranging energy efficiency services.
Households and businesses will benefit from £90m to cut carbon emissions in industry and homes, Energy Minister Kwasi Kwarteng (pictured) has announced.
A decrease in power demand was the single biggest driver of emissions decline in the electricity sector in the past decade.
Energy supply trade association, Energy UK has called for general taxation to fund a national energy efficiency programme focussed primarily on those stuck in fuel poverty.
Despite widespread expectations of another increase, global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions stopped growing last year, according to the latest International Energy Agency data.
The UK Government has published a consultation on heat networks in advance of dedicated legislation and awarded £40m to seven projects in the first and second round of funding through the Heat Network Investment Project.
The UK Government has promised the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) that they will introduce new plans intended to “dramatically” improve the energy efficiency of commercial buildings in the private rented sector.

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