Energy-positive centre on schedule in Wales

A new Welsh energy-positive technology centre is on schedule for completion by December. The Bay Technology Centre, in Neath Port Talbot, includes sustainable features such as specialist photovoltaic panels made to look like cladding, and...

Longest under-sea green electricity cable goes live

The world’s longest under-sea electricity cable was switched on in early October, allowing the Norway and UK to share renewable energy. The North Sea Link stretches 450 miles (725km) from Blyth in Northumberland to the...

Sustainability is the word at Eden Utilities

Take the stress out of managing your business utilities by handing them over to Eden Utilities, the energy market specialists who care. Eden Utilities offer a personal and personable service for all your energy needs....

Top three tips for decarbonising your business

Anthony Mayall, chief commercial officer at BiU, explains the most impactful ways that businesses can reduce their carbon footprint. Net zero is fast becoming the business norm. Over than a third of the UK’s FTSE...

END TO COAL POWER BROUGHT FORWARD

From 1 October 2024 Britain will no longer use coal to generate electricity, a year earlier than planned, Energy and Climate Change Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan has announced. The move is part of ambitious government commitments...

Sustainable energy route map developed for zero-carbon heating and cooling

Sustainable cooling experts are creating a roadmap to help reach the UK’s 2050 net zero carbon emissions target, whilst maintaining food security for consumers and economic opportunity for the country’s food industry, as the...

Waste vegetable oil reduces emissions on East Anglia ONE windfarm

ScottishPower Renewables has launched an innovative pilot project to further reduce its carbon emissions by using waste vegetable oil to help power crew transfer vessels working on its flagship East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm. Supporting...

FREE WEBINAR ANNOUNCED IN ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate resilience experts, Climate Sense, and water industry training provider, Learning & Development Associates (L&DA), have announced a free webinar on adaptation to climate change following the launch of their new qualifications. The first step...

HELP AT HAND FOR ORGANISATIONS SEEKING TO BUILD CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE

An international authority on mitigating the effects of climate change, Climate Sense has joined forces with Learning & Development Associates (L&DA), a leading training provider to the UK water sector, to roll out the...

Cutting Home Emissions Can Help Britain Reach New Carbon Targets

When the government recently announced radical new climate change commitments, it brought forward already ambitious carbon reduction targets by 15 years. Keith Bastian, CEO of clean energy providers Outfox the Market and home heating solution...