Solar carports are the next hot topic in the solar industry, set to transform grey windy carparks into “energy hubs” generating cheap, green electricity for buildings and electric vehicles. Nottingham City Council is leading the way and has built...
Ayrshire’s cool temperature make it the perfect location for a proposed purpose built, partially self-powered data storage centre One of Scotland’s leading renewable energy investment management companies, Intelligent Land Investments, has unveiled an ambitious plan to create the UK’s first...
With the Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD) now European law, Kevin Houlden, Industrial and Commercial Specialist at Calor, advises on the steps that operators can take to upgrade their existing boiler plant. The MCPD became European law on 19th December...
BY 2030, business could cut its greenhouse gas emissions globally by 3.7bn metric tons of CO2equivalent a year or 60% of total emission cuts pledged in Paris by NDCs EMISSION cuts could reach around 10bn metric tons of...
Cost and carbon savings from electric vehicles are well accepted by motorists but getting more EVs on the roads will depend on making the infrastructure more convenient and customer-friendly, said E.ON as it launched a new campaign to promote...
New ‘community metering' technology set to tackle fuel poverty, reducing fuel bills by 15% in 840 properties across Westminster To install the technology, CityWest Homes, the leading provider of housing management services in Westminster, has linked with Energy Assets Group,...
A ground-breaking community energy scheme, which enables residents to generate, store and use solar electricity, has been switched on in Nottingham. University of Nottingham-led, the green energy initiative is situated at Trent Basin, a 250-acre brownfield re-development of 500 low-carbon homes under construction...
More than half (52%) of UK consumers expect a renewable electricity supplier to send energy direct from wind and solar farms into their homes Research commissioned by Good Energy has shed light on the confusion over what constitutes ‘renewable’ when...
SOCOTEC, the UK’s leading provider of testing, inspection and compliance services, has recently launched the upgraded and improved version of their OASIS Water Recycling unit. Having recognised the need to reduce running costs and make cooling tower systems more environmentally...
AquaMark Launches at Pinewood Studios Global organisations back the launch of Britain’s first National water benchmarking scheme at world-renowned Pinewood Studios, giving it “00” status! AquaMark is a multi-million pound grant scheme managed by consultants ADSM and is free to join...