Opinion

Decarbonisation – the countdown to net zero

As the countdown to the UK’s 2050 net zero goal continues, an element of uncertainty still remains. What can be done to...

2020 predictions: UKs clean, decentralized, flexible power market

In the past 12 months, we have seen many noteworthy developments made in the climate and clean energy field in the UK....

Water hardness critical when specifying water cylinders

As the quality and hardness of water varies by region throughout the UK, an industry expert is urging contractors and facilities managers...

Is Your Company Embracing the Big Challenges in Power-Gen?

Maria Temple is a Business Consultant specialising in the power gen talent market. With experience working on behalf of major clients...

2019: The year of the climate emergency

Extinction Rebellion protests, Greta Thunberg’s shaming of world leaders and rallying cries to declare a climate emergency across the world will be...

Wider Access: Democratising grid balancing

Alex Howard, Head of Strategy, Origami As Britain’s Electricity System Operator (ESO), National Grid’s primary purpose is to balance...

‘Smart Meters Are Not So Smart – Just Do The Maths’,...

Another Government project over budget and late on delivery, wait another 4 years we are told, in this case, Smart meters with...

Assurance Frameworks and the energy supply chain

Jake Holloway, Chief Product Officer at Crossword Cybersecurity PLC, explains why Supplier Assurance Frameworks are becoming more-and-more essential.

Reducing emissions – improving sustainability

The government estimates that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions were 42.1% lower in 2017 than they were in 1990. And provisional final figures for 2018 reveal...

How to get savvy about SECR

The countdown is now on for the first reporting deadline for the mandatory Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) scheme, and...