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A national energy efficiency contract worth up to £800m over four years has now been launched by procurement body Scotland Excel.
Siemens has helped start a smart grid pilot project in Rotterdam that will connect 20,000 homes with renewables and storage facilities.
The Building Controls Association has appointed Roger Borer (right) as its executive officer in succession to Karen Fletcher.
International fashion retailer H&M has joined global collaborative initiative EP100 in order to enhance its energy productivity and transition to a net zero carbon company.
Central Government has cut greenhouse gas emissions in its buildings and transport by 27 per cent since the Conservative Party began leading the Government again in 2010.
The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has welcomed the award of £24m for 9 heat network infrastructure projects, saying the investment would deliver more affordable heating, local infrastructure investment, and jobs.
Western Power Distribution (WPD) has announced a new demand side response (DSR) service aimed at helping business customers generate revenues from their energy flexibility while managing constraints on the local network.
Senior leaders from across the construction sector have met to find out what the opening of the water retail market will herald for them.
Over £100m could be cut from the bills of energy-intensive industries as a result of their exemption from most of the costs of the Contracts for Difference scheme.
A ground-breaking district energy centre, launched in Gateshead, is set to cut energy bills and carbon emissions for homes and businesses.
A new UK data centre aims to better inform decisions in sustainability and a range of other areas.
Europe must lead the world on cutting greenhouse gas emissions from existing buildings if we are to meet the ambition of the Paris Agreement, a coalition of over 300 businesses and organisations from across the continent has urged.
The engineering industry has called for the Government's Industrial Strategy to prioritise energy efficiency to ensure limited energy costs for businesses
Australian finance giant Macquarie Group has concluded the contentious purchase of the UK Green Investment Bank for a total consideration of £2.3bn.
The European Union is to replace the current confusing A+++ to G product labels by “clearer and easier to use” A to G labels.
A group of businesses has offered to help the Government come up with a new plan to fight climate change amid fears that the UK is wavering in its commitment.
Smart meters can provide electricity or gas consumption readings that are often seven times higher than actual levels, a new study has found.
Managing director of MWA Technology Martin Wardell has spoken out against the continual use of low-quality products within the metering industry.
A scheme from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) encouraging its employees to adopt a sustainable and energy saving approach to work has been rolled-out following Earth Hour.
Developments in water heater sizing methods have allowed energy managers to maximise cost and energy savings. Chris Meir of Andrews Water Heaters gives his top tips for choosing the right product.
Real estate software provider Arbnco has released a guidance report for commercial real estate (CRE) investors and landlords to help achieve MEES compliance.
Edina has been awarded the contract to supply, install and maintain the combined heat and power (CHP) plant at Edinburgh’s new Royal Hospital for Sick Children redevelopment.
The variability in offshore wind speeds in UK waters is “significantly lower” than previously thought, according to a new report from the Crown Estate.
The first secondary school to use energy-saving Passivhaus design principles is set to be built for the Harris Federation in, Sutton, south London.
Provisional contracts of over 312MW of demand side response (DSR) capacity have been awarded in the latest transitional capacity market auction, the last to be dedicated solely to the demand turn down.

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