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To mark the start of World Green Building Week 2020, the World Green Building Council has unveiled the latest signatories to the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment.
Over one million smart meters have been installed in GB in 2020 so far following yet another month of recovery from a massive drop in installations due to COVID-19, according to ElectraLink, the body responsible for operating the data hub that underpins the UK energy market.
ITV has committed to becoming a net-zero carbon business by 2030. The television company says it will work alongside colleagues, suppliers, programme makers to achieve net zero across its scope 1 and 2 emissions, business travel and all produced and commissioned programmes, by 2030.
BP is predicting that global demand for oil will drop by up to 80 per cent by 2050 if governments around the world boost their climate targets and take action to bring about a green recovery from COVID-19.
Technologies including high-performance batteries for electric vehicles are to receive a government cash boost.
Demand side management specialist Flexitricity has been sold in a deal worth £15.4m. Switzerland-based parent company, Alpiq Digital has signed a share sales agreement with Reserve Power Holdings, which is owned by investment manager Quinbrook, for the sale of the company.
A massive expansion of the UK’s generating capacity will be required for the UK to meet its 2050 net zero target, according to consultancy Atkins.
Stronger leadership and co-ordination from the prime minister is needed if the UK’s commitment to reach net zero by 2050 is to be credible, according to a report from the Institute for Government.
There are growing concerns as to whether the new Green Homes Grant scheme can succeed in supporting the 100,000 jobs and improving energy usage in the 600,000 existing homes which Chancellor Rishi Sunak originally promised when he announced it.
The government has been running a public consultation on how best to set ambitious new climate-friendly standards for electrical appliances. Most of these are already subject to Europe-wide agreements.
Centrica plc, through its British Gas business, has agreed to acquire the energy supply customers of Robin Hood Energy Ltd for an undisclosed sum.
Nearly £1.6bn to directly support up to 5,000 jobs and tackle fuel poverty is at the heart of plans to drive Scotland’s green recovery.
Heat pumps will have a critical role in tackling emissions from London’s buildings and delivering the Mayor’s 2030 net zero ambitions, according to a new report from the Carbon Trust.
A £1m project to reduce carbon emissions and tackle fuel poverty in Shropshire has been given the go ahead.
Local energy network operators must play a significant role in balancing consumer demand for energy with available capacity if the UK is to achieve its net zero carbon emissions goal.
Ideal Boilers is to rebrand as Ideal Heating, to future-proof the positioning of its increasingly diverse range of products and solutions.
OVO Energy has agreed to pay a fine of £1.2m after the failure of its now subsidiary, SSE Energy Services, to hit targets for the installation of gas and electricity smart meters for customers in 2019.
SSE Enterprise has launched a smart grid, aggregation and trading platform that allows users to get paid for helping to balance supply and demand across their local network and the electricity network. SSE Enhance will give customers access to the wholesale market, balancing mechanism, and ancillary services.
An electricity distributor is launching a first-of-its-kind project to help local communities map out their Net Zero carbon future at street level.
A new £26.5m district-heating network to supply businesses and homes in Cardiff, has secured £15m to begin the first phase of works.
A group of energy trade bodies is calling for the reinstatement of the 5 per cent rate of VAT on energy-saving materials and products.
Independent utility supplier to UK business, Yü Group plc, has acquired the B2B customer portfolio of from Bristol Energy Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol City Council.
The Association for Decentralised Energy is calling for government to introduce a clear, strategic policy framework for heat decarbonisation and energy efficiency; bringing together the fragmented mix of decisions, innovations and demonstrations that are currently commonplace across the UK.
Greater Manchester can reach its net-zero target by 2038 but must use 25 per cent less energy, despite a growing population and economy, according to a report between gas network Cadent and Electricity North West.
Britain’s first ever SMETS2 ‘three-phase’ smart meter has been installed at a property in Gloucestershire, marking a significant milestone for the country’s transition to a smarter, greener energy system.

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