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Scotland’s first Passivhaus schools are set to be constructed in Edinburgh as the Capital looks to make the building standard central to its plans to become carbon neutral by 2030.
Global energy demands could be met if just one per cent of the world’s agricultural land was converted to solar panels, a new report has found.
The Smart Buildings Show is expecting its biggest ever edition, with a number of high profile speakers set to feature at this year’s event.
The UK has committed over £15 million to assist Pakistan’s push for increased energy efficiency and renewables in its Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) sector.
Owning and charging an electric vehicle is set to become more convenient than ever thanks to an additional £2.5 million to fund the installation of over 1,000 new chargepoints, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced today.
The National Grid is set to pair up with Asda by using the supermarket giant’s fridges to help balance the energy grid.
The UK government has been urged to help onshore wind farms in order to meet the country’s net-zero target by numerous companies involved in renewables.
The EU-funded EU4Energy Governance project is assisting Georgia with the adoption of a new draft law on energy performance in buildings, and in preparing a series of building regulations.
Energy storage installations around the world are set to grow 122-fold by 2040, claims BloombergNEF (BNEF) in its latest prediction.
Energy efficiency has saved a number of major global companies $131 million (£107m), according to new research from The Climate Group.
UK-based renewable giant Solarcentury has targeted a 5GW, global solar pipeline after revealing “record financial results” over the last financial year.
Virgin Media has pledged to source only renewable electricity for the entirety of its operations by 2020, underlined by their decision to join the Climate Group’s RE100 initiative.
Flexitricity has revealed its partners for a trial examining how smaller commercial energy users can provide demand side response services.
Boston has been ranked the leading US city for energy efficiency by the non-profit American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
Ottawa’s Carleton University will use money from two levels of government to research ways to reduce new and existing buildings’ greenhouse gas emissions.
Oxford City Council has won £150,000 from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to improve energy efficiency in the private rented sector.
The President of Georgia has joined the Global Commission on Emergency Promotion of Energy Efficiency.
Wind is set to become a dominant source of power in the UK and Australia as governments look to reduce their carbon emissions, according to new research.
Leading tech giant Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak has unveiled an energy efficiency blockchain startup based in Malta.
Efforts to end fuel poverty and energy waste by making the UK’s draughty homes more efficient have collapsed by almost 85%, according to new government data.
A carbon negative house made of cork and Norwich city council’s recent Passivhaus housing development are among the six nominees for the Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) Sterling Award, which this year is set to highlight energy efficiency and sustainability in buildings.
Europe produced more power through renewables than fossil fuels in the first and second quarters of 2019 for the second consecutive year, according to a new report from energy data analyst EnAppSys.
British multinational electricity and gas company National Grid has completed the acquisition of US-based wind and solar projects developer Geronimo Energy through its competitive non-regulated unit National Grid Ventures (NGV) for $100m.
The amount of energy efficiency measures to benefit from a reduced VAT rate is set to be cut in order to bring the UK into line with EU rules, HMRC has confirmed.
Urgent improvements to energy efficiency standards in buildings and housing stock are vital if the UK is to meet its net-zero target by 2050.

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