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Low Carbon, High Thermal Efficiency Pipe for Plymouth City Heating Scheme

Flexenergy's energy-saving Flexalen pipe was the ideal solution for Plymouth City Council when a new district heating scheme meant re-routing the pipe network from...

VolDEC website launched

The National Energy Foundation and Phil Jones of Building Energy Solutions announce the launch of a new website to support the full commercial release...

Electric vehicles spark energy savings in Nottingham

The University of Nottingham has welcomed nine vehicles with a difference to its fleet, all in the name of a cleaner Nottingham. Nine Renault Kangoo...

Leicester Bids For Programme To Develop Electrically Assisted Pedal Cycle Hubs

Leicester has submitted a bid for a major programme to develop Electrically Assisted Pedal Cycle (EAPC) hubs. Leicester City Council and Leicester-based sustainable travel specialist,...

Green Investment Bank helps finance Southend-on-Sea streetlighting replacement programme

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council secures commitment of £8.2m from GIB to accelerate energy and cost-saving scheme 14,000 streetlights and 4,000 illuminated signs and bollards to be...

Energy Institute publishes essential guide to shale gas

The UK Government has promised to support the safe deployment of shale gas as part of the UK’s energy policy, but fracking applications have...

High Power Energy Harvesting Takes Shape

By Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman, IDTechEx Plenty of kilowatts from no fuel. This dream ticket is a reality today from the rapid adoption of high...

BSRIA Launches White Paper On Achieving Carbon Targets

BSRIA is delighted to have launched its White Paper on ‘Achieving Carbon Targets’. The paper asked: ‘What does our industry need from government to...

Government Policies Will Remain Key to Europe’s Renewable Energy Growth by 2020, says GlobalData

Feed-in tariffs, quota obligations, capital grants, and subsidies will continue to be instrumental in promoting Europe’s renewable energy industry growth by 2020 Renewables accounted for...

Government publishes ‘alarming’ review of Feed-in Tariff scheme

Consultation process begins on long anticipated review The Government has today published its review of the Feed-in Tariff scheme for supporting small-scale renewables on...