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The UK has enough energy capacity to meet demand, even on the coldest days when demand is highest, claims former National Grid boss Steve Holliday.
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.
US President Donald Trump has a new policy aimed entirely at “reducing burdensome regulations on our energy industry.”
Julian Grant looks at the instruments available to the engineer and maintenance staff that are designed specifically to help identify and address problems with energy efficiency.
Ive not signed the petition and I’ve no intention of signing the petition. President Trump should be allowed to come to the UK and afforded the formalities of any other democratically elected leader.
This month the UK government is set to publish its long-promised climate and energy strategy. This will follow on from the launch of Scotland’s own strategy - promised to be “more ambitious” – to be issued at the end of January.
The UK’s attractiveness to renewable investors has fallen to an all-time low, with uncertainty caused by Brexit being one of the factors.
UK-based energy consultancy CUB UK has unveiled a new initiative aiming to help SME’s become more energy efficient and provide an alternative to using energy brokers.
Chelsea Football Club is set to include a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant as part of its new stadium proposal; however the club are still set to fall short of London’s carbon reduction targets.
Cornwall Council’s ambitious green plans are continuing with a new series of projects that have been developed over the last four years.
This month sees a change in the administration of the US government which seems set to damage its record on reducing climate change emissions, increasing overall energy consumption in its wake.
Global investment in energy efficiency is now worth $221bn annually. This is two-thirds greater than investment levels in conventional power generation, according to the International Energy Agency’s 2016 annual market report on energy efficiency.
A publicly funded carbon capture and storage (CCS) scheme to reduce carbon emissions was cancelled after a disagreement between government departments, a report by the National Audit Office has found.
The UK’s commercial building stock has the potential to save £1.3bn per year by implementing energy efficiency measures with a payback of less than three years, a new Government report into building stock in 2014/15 has found.
An organiation’s most valuable asset is its people. But too many are ignoring the power staff have to contribute to energy saving. Dr Phillipa Coan explained to EiBI how that can change.
The UK may have signed up for the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive but that’s as far as our commitment goes. As a result UK buildings are as wasteful as ever.
The European Commission has published a new 1,000-page strategy, intended to deliver “A Clean Energy Package for Europeans”. Launching it, Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete (right) began by deliberately insisting: ”Let me start with energy efficiency first.”
British manufacturers could inject £2.56bn into the UK economy and cut energy consumption by nearly a third over the next decade by investing in clean technologies and efficiency measures, according to research from British multinational bank Barclays.
The fall in price of solar panels has caused solar power to become cheaper than wind for the first time, according to new research.
More than £11m in savings has been made by the Natural History Museum through its implementation of numerous on-site energy generation technologies.
A project to replace thousands of streetlights with low-energy LEDs in the Scottish Borders has been expanded by a third and accelerated to complete two years ahead of schedule.
More communities are producing their own renewable energy, with a 17 per cent increase in nine months, according to a new report.
£16.54bn could be wiped off the value of the UK’s commercial property portfolio due to upcoming energy legislation, claims a new research paper from tech developer CO2 Estates.
Reactive Technologies, a UK-based smart grid and demand-side response (DSR) company, has demonstrated a world first in energy communications technology, following a successful nationwide project with National Grid and SSE.
The impact of new European energy policy, the uncertainty surrounding Brexit and the cost of energy are the biggest causes of concern among Britain’s manufacturers, new research from npower Business Solutions has revealed.
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