Fuelling the Future

Managing Director of NAPIT Certification, David Cowburn, discusses the recent consultation on the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) and how this could affect those living...

The MEES guidelines are finally out and it was well worth the wait

On 23rd February 2017 the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published the guidance for landlords and enforcement authorities on the minimum...

Reducing Energy Costs with ISO 50001

David Goodfellow, UK Business Assurance Manager at TÜV SÜD, a global product testing and certification organisation. With the increasing cost of energy, organisations must objectively...

SECR – What You Need to Know

by Ed Williamson What is SECR? SECR – the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting framework will replace the CRC or the Carbon Reduction Commitment and applies...

EPBD is a giant leap for the buildings of Europe

The buildings where we live, sleep, and work hold enormous potential in terms of saving energy. We can unlock these opportunities hidden behind concrete,...

Changes to regulations on standby generators

Owen Jones, Senior Consultant, JRP Solutions A lot of new detail has been added to The Medium Combustion Plant Directive since it was introduced in...

The ESOS countdown is on: could EPCs be a route to compliance?

There is less than six months to go until the deadline for phase 2 of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). If past performance...

Housing Associations Must be Mindful of Flaws in Data Security or Face the Threat...

By Peter Westwood, Managing Director of Insite Energy The Heat Networks (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2014 were introduced with the objective of empowering end users...

The Heat and Network Regulations: What you need to know

It is a well-known fact that the property sector is being heavily regulated on energy efficiency measures, such as ESOS, EPCs and P272 among...