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Less than one-third of those buildings currently rated as Fs or Gs will be likely to be upgraded under a new law. Government is missing a trick
Policies to save energy are far too dependent upon “old, mature technologies”, according to Claire Perry, the Minister overseeing climate change policy. She is calling for “far more innovation in energy efficiency.”
Some of the biggest UK housebuilders faced criticism from the Chairman of the government’s Committee on Climate Change (CCC) for delivering new homes that fail to meet energy efficiency standards.
The budget for promotional expenditure to promote the installation of smart meters in British buildings is now among the five largest of any currently aimed at the British consumer.
The energy intensity of China’s economy dropped 3.8 per cent over the first nine months of 2017. And China’s carbon intensity - the level of carbon emissions per unit of economic growth – also fell about 4 per cent over the same period.
The latest upgrading of the revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) was agreed last month.
Fascinating research from Schroders reveals that capital spending in the energy sector will need to move from energy production to energy saving.
In its latest country review of energy policies, the International Energy Agency (IEA) praised France for setting in motion significant reforms towards more secure, affordable and sustainable energy supplies and the green growth of its economy.
A market study into domestic heat networks to ensure householders are getting a good deal has been launched.
A new report estimates that 12GW of subsidy-free battery deployment could be possible in the UK by 2021, despite only 0.6 GW of capacity being installed and operational so far, but only if the Government learns from past failings in the solar market.
Meter Provida has released a new app aimed at revolutionising the way meter engineers work.
Read Andrew Warren's full-blooded exchange with the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy in full.
A number of key sectors in the economy could achieve almost £1bn of savings on annual energy spend, while delivering an £18.5bn boost to the country’s overall economic growth, according to new research.
Recent increases in energy consumption are slowing down the EU and most of its Member States’ progress towards reaching their 2020 targets on renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Siemens has joined forces with Grid Battery Storage Limited (GBSL) as part of a £11 million partnership.
National Grid has announced the retirement of a series of products as part of its ongoing overhaul of balancing services.
Energy efficient improvements to home heating, insulation, lighting and appliances could reduce the energy consumed in UK households each year by a quarter and knock £270 off the average household energy bill of £1,100 – a saving that is equivalent to the output of six nuclear power stations the size of Hinkley Point C.
Pockets of inefficient rented housing in the UK mean tenants are overpaying on energy by around £13m every month.
Commercial property landlords should act now to prepare for changes in energy efficiency legislation, according to industry experts.
The government has established power and smart systems innovation as a major part of its long-delayed Clean Growth Strategy (CGS).
The Government should establish a new Energy Efficiency Delivery Unit and Energy Performance Certificates should be linked to business rates to incentivise landlords to invest more in energy efficiency, according to Clean Growth, the new report from Policy Exchange’s influential and expert Energy and Environment team.
Ofgem has confirmed plans to clarify the licensing regime for electricity storage by classifying it solely as a form of generation.
The UK could enjoy an economic boost to the tune of £160bn by 2050 if it invests in a Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) network along its East Coast.
A new study from the University of Sheffield has confirmed the potential for Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) to be a ‘game changer’ in addressing global environmental challenges.
The Green Bank Network has announced to have allocated over $29 billion to renewable technology investment, putting it on course to exceed its collective goal of $40 billion by 2019.

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