By David Hall, Vice President Energy, UK & Ireland at Schneider Electric A range of factors, from economics to environmental awareness, are spurring on businesses to become more energy efficient. Past the era of early realisations, now organisations are searching...
A new urban district is being created in London's Canary Wharf, which when complete will feature up to 3,600 new homes, a GP’s surgery, a two form primary school for 420 children, 490,000sq ft of retail space...
Smart charging can be a key solution to easing the impact of increasing numbers of EVs on the electricity network Initial findings suggest that there is sufficient flexibility in EV home charging behaviours to manage charging away...
Crown Estate Scotland has announced that it has signed its first-ever lease option for carbon dioxide (CO2) storage. The project, Acorn CCS, which will be based at the St Fergus Gas Terminal on the Aberdeenshire coast, is...
AT LEAST EIGHTY-EIGHT NEW, FREE RAPID-CHARGE POINTS TO BE INSTALLED FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES ACROSS WEST YORKSHIRE Work to improve West Yorkshire’s air quality by encouraging the use of electric vehicles, through the installation of...
100% Renewable Energy across Europe is More Cost Effective than the Current Energy System and Leads to Zero Emissions Before 2050 As climate discussions are underway among global leaders at COP24, the annual United...
Steve Mulinganie, Regulatory Manager at Gazprom Energy Over 4 per cent of the UK’s gas ‘goes missing’ every year, costing the industry over £100 million. This unidentified gas (UIG) is delivered to the...
Prefect Controls have introduced a new feature for their PrefectIrus product – the integration of an accurate current meter that monitors energy use in each room throughout multi-occupancy buildings such as student accommodation. Until...
Automotive giants including Aston Martin, Nissan, Renault, Peugeot and Toyota gathered at Hensol Castle in the Vale of Glamorgan today to show Wales’ readiness to maximise on the huge opportunities presented by electric and hydrogen vehicles...
A scientist from Heriot-Watt University, in partnership with industry partners Wood, is building a model that aims to highlight the benefits of the country moving to double-sided solar panels (bifacial solar cells) rather than using the current...