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A new report reveals energy consumption could be cut by more than 60 percent if homes were designed to generate, store and release their own solar energy
The world's first full-scale floating wind farm has started to take shape off the north-east coast of Scotland.
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) department is set to place just a 5 per cent VAT rate on batteries that are sold with new solar PV systems, following close discussions with the Solar Trade Association (STA).
A British renewable energy firm is launching a £10 million crowdfunding bond.
UK energy firm Limejump has raised £3 million to invest in its nascent virtual power plant technology.
Government will put £45m towards establishing a battery research centre in a bid to bring down costs of energy storage and maximise its impact on sectors such as energy and transport.
NMC, the leading international player in the development, production and marketing of synthetic foams has developed a foam based on renewable raw materials for use in pipe insulation.
Aldi has revealed it is investigating battery storage and demand side response applications for its estate as it prepares to add solar panels to 50 more stores by the end of the year.
More than a fifth of people in the UK would prioritise building an annex to get more space in their home above investing in energy saving measures.
The UK’s leading property owners have seen £16m in energy savings since 2011 as a result of making their buildings greener.
More than 100 multinationals have now pledged to generate 100 per cent of their energy from renewable sources.
European leaders agreed on the bloc’s reduced energy efficiency targets of 30 per cent by 2030 in a move that was described as “unambitious”.
Baxi Heating has acquired Packaged Plant Solutions to strengthen and grow its existing packaged plant room offer in line with market demands.
The UK government’s Capacity Market is undermining the UK’s Industrial Strategy, resulting in hundreds of millions in extra costs to decarbonise the energy system, a new report by the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has found.
Energy efficiency is the number one priority for policies and investment, according to a survey of energy professionals from the Energy Institute (EI).
As many as 500 firms are set to be hit with fines of up to £50,000 from the Environment Agency (EA) after failing to comply with Phase 1 of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).
A green certification project aimed at standardising how building projects are measured and developed to accelerate investment opportunities has received backing from the Horizon 2020 Programme to expand the standard to district energy and street lighting in Europe.
Wave power can contribute to 10 per cent of global electricity demand by 2050 if governments and the private sector offer financial support and political stability, with the UK primed to act as the marine energy leader, according to a new report from Marine Power Systems (MPS).
Why would you want to bring back an inefficient 19th century technology? If Brexit supporters have their way the incandescent lightbulb could be back, says Andrew Warren.
A new online portal, which gives open access to Denmark’s energy data, is set to spark innovation in smart, data-led solutions for energy efficiency.
Limejump has won a contract to manage UK Power Networks’ Smarter Network Storage facility, the biggest battery in Britain, in the balancing markets.
Global resource management company, Veolia, is helping Quorn Foods advance their sustainability goals by delivering energy using combined heat and power (CHP) technology.
Swiss power electronics firm ABB is set to install its state-of-the-art microgrid solution at the University of Chester’s new Energy Centre, in what will be the first energy management system of its kind in the U.K.
British industry overwhelmingly wants to see the retention of European energy standards, after the UK leaves the European Union in 2019, the House of Commons Business Select Committee has concluded.
An EU-funded energy project claims that retrofitting shopping centres could have a crucial role in Europe achieving its green goals.

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