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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.
Four hundred homes in Sneinton, Nottingham are part of a £5m European project to make the properties warmer, cheaper to run and fit for the future.
More than one home every minute will need to be refurbished in the UK between now and 2050, according to a report from the UK Green Building Council.
The University of Sheffield will enlist sensors, thermal cameras, drones and balloons to scan the surrounding city for ways to monitor environmental impacts, improve energy savings and reduce heat loss.
Serious attempts are being made to make the 12-year-old European emissions trading scheme (EU:ETS) deliver greater overall savings.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has advised firms to invest in energy efficiency technologies now to combat increases in energy bills linked to low carbon policies.
Following almost a decade of continuous improvement, Germany recorded its “strongest ever” increase in demand for the installation of energy-saving measures in 2016.
The EU Ecodesign Directive has been a huge success for householders and businesses alike. It's all in stark contrast to the Government’s Contracts for Difference and Capacity Market Auctions policies, explains Andrew Warren.
The Great Repeal Bill, which will convert all existing European rules and regulations into UK legislation, will include new measures agreed during the two-year Brexit programme, set to begin this month.
EU member states are considering an attempt to weaken the Union’s 2030 energy efficiency goals, in a move that could put them at odds with the European Parliament, which backs stronger legislation.
Independent provider of industrial & commercial (I&C) metering services provider, Energy Assets, has reached agreement to acquire Exoteric, including a meter and data logger portfolio of over 30,000 assets.
Controls manufacturer DANLERS has unveiled the latest edition of its lighting and HVAC controls product catalogue.
A ground-breaking District Energy Centre, launched in Gateshead, is set to cut energy bills and carbon emissions for homes and businesses.
The latest technological advances have enabled facility managers to combat energy inefficiency and improve building performance through wireless lighting control. Andy Davies, head of business development and specification at Harvard Technology, explains.
17 per cent of homes on the private letting market could become unavailable to rent by 2018 under proposals from the Government to increase the minimum efficiency standard for rental properties.
The Welsh government has green lit a multi-million-pound energy efficiency project to help local authorities in the country reduce their carbon emissions.
A fund which wanted to buy the Green Investment Bank (GIB) has launched a High Court case questioning the Government’s decision to provisionally award the deal to Macquarie.
Funding worth up to £35m has been made available for collaborative research and development for low carbon automotive technologies.
The conversion of a biomass site near Daventry, Northamptonshire, into a state-of-the-art facility is expected to generate up to £1m of additional revenue, after the installation of a unique process that maximises returns for the investors.
Art Rosenfeld, the “godfather” of energy efficiency, credited with being personally responsible for stimulating billions of dollars in energy savings, has died in Berkeley, California. He was 90.
The University of Reading has cut its carbon emissions by over a third since the 2008/09 academic year by using energy efficiency solutions in its buildings.
To benefit from CHP’s potential to increase energy efficiency, it must be correctly sized and appropriate to a building’s heat and hot water demands. Gary Stoddart explains.
The European Union may be heading for an overall improvement in energy efficiency of only 23 per cent, rather than the 30 per cent officially claimed as the 2030 reduction target from a 2010 baseline.
A new 520kWe biogas-fired CHP energy plant is set to save an estimated 1,750 tonnes of CO2 emissions each year.
Transport for London is moving towards much greater use of LEDs throughout the network of rail, tube, bus stations and bus shelters. It will allow for greater energy savings as well as savings in maintenance costs.

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