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Two leading think tanks have called on the government to fast-track more local industrial strategies in order to help regions move to a zero-carbon economy and aid the UK’s push towards net-zero by 2050.
A national Energy Efficiency Framework worth up to £250 Million over a four-year period has been launched in the UK by procurement organisation and social enterprise Fusion21.
Scottish proptech firm arbnco has been awarded phase one funding for the UK Government’s £6m innovation competition.
Britain plans to introduce a range of new measures for improving energy efficiency and cutting transport emissions in a bid to speed up its response to tackle climate change.
Good Energy has launched an electric vehicle charging offering, One Point, for UK businesses.
New data has revealed that better energy efficiency could deliver nearly £9.4 million in savings per year across over 1,500 colleges, school and universities analysed.
Shell Energy is to acquire UK-based energy supplier Green Star Energy, bolstering its existing customer base.
A Passivhaus council housing development in Norwich beat four other nominees to win the Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) 2019 Stirling Prize.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) will provide Romania with €21.1m (£19m) in order to upgrade the energy efficiency of 400 homes in Bucharest.
The UK Government is hoping to encourage more homes and buildings to adopt clean energy technology as part of its changes to the Future Homes Standard and a new consultation.
New data shows that the majority of the most polluting firms haven’t aligned their businesses with the Paris accord, claims the Climate Action 100+.
A £50m deal to buy renewable energy directly from British windfarms for the first time has been reached with twenty leading UK universities.
Global capacity additions of renewable power are set to increase by almost 12 per cent this year according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The UK is to collaborate with 14 other countries, along with businesses and institutions, in an effort to reach a 3 per cent annual global increase in energy efficiency, by including measures in national plans and sharing expertise.
The European Commission will be assigning its ‘Green Deal’ to one of three executive vice presidents in a move set to make climate action a clear priority for the EU.
Internet giant Google has announced a massive 1.6GW renewable energy buy-up, comprising 18 mostly solar off-take deals that will double the capacity of the company’s global solar portfolio to date and boost its entire renewable energy portfolio to 5.5GW.
SSE has confirmed that the sale of its supply business to Ovo Energy for £500m is part of a strategy to shift its focus towards low carbon energy.
The Scottish Government has pledged £450,000 to help local authorities improve energy efficiency and decarbonise heat in homes across the country.
The UK’s smart meter roll-out has been delayed by four years following a procession of issues in its implementation.
Energy regulatory body Ofgem has urged the power industry to increase the effectiveness of flexible generation in its latest report.
Bristol’s City Council has announced £1bn of investment toward its goal to become the UK’s first carbon neutral smart city.
President Trump’s administration is poised to weaken rules set up to make Americans use more energy-efficient LED or fluorescent light bulbs.
Europe has enough resources to meet its energy demand solely through renewable sources, a new study has found.
The UK must double its use of bioenergy by 2032 or jeopardise its energy security, Ministers have been warned.
Waste heat from one of the London Underground's tube lines will be used to warm over a thousand homes in the UK capital from this winter.

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