Opinion

Adopting a Sustainable Stance on Energy

By Paul Sheffield, Chief Operating Officer, Haven Power Energy cannot be created or destroyed — it can only be...

New energy technology could save British hospitality and leisure sector £310M...

UK businesses in the hospitality and leisure sector could save at least £310m-a-year on their energy bills by adopting new energy technologies...

New social housing must be energy efficient and fit for the...

A report into England’s housing crisis claims that three million new social houses must be built in the next 20 years, in...

Our electric future

Paul Hutchens is CEO of Midlands-based solar specialists, Eco2Solar. He is a board member of the Solar Trade Association (STA), the UK's...

Electric Vehicles: How do we move to full scale deployment?

Electric vehicles (EVs) are said to cost 23% less to service and maintain than petrol models over three years/60,000 miles. Yet, there...

Buses – now here’s the good news

By Stephen Joseph To the extent that there is any media coverage of buses, it tends to be bad news. The stories are about cuts...

Insulation can help landlords meet their energy performance obligations and lower...

Private sector landlords of the coldest properties in England and Wales will be required to bring their buildings up to property energy rating Band...

Customer complaints: a valuable window into your service

Monica Mackintosh, customer services director at utilities customer engagement specialist Echo Managed Services. Every customer complaint is a disappointment and an indication that in some...

We need to be ambitious to reduce business energy consumption

Kevin Greenhorn, Managing Director, Energy Solutions, SSE Enterprise The Government recently set out its plan to improve energy efficiency in businesses by 20% by 2030....

EV Charge Points – What is the future?

Jérôme Faissat, co-founder, Andersen Look back ten or even five years and although there was an acceptance that EVs may one day become mainstream,...