10th November 2021Destination net zero: Opportunities for sustainable airport decarbonisation
7th October 2021Urgent need for green roadmaps to deliver NHS net zero commitment
Phase 3 of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is on the way – and a consultation means there could be changes to the scope and scale of the scheme.
7th September 2021
For any business aiming to achieve net zero carbon by the UK 2050 target or before, sourcing renewable electricity is an urgent priority. The shift towards electric vehicles and the replacement of gas-powered heating with electric heat pumps mean that electricity is set to become an increasingly significant cost for all businesses. Sourcing that electricity from a renewable source will therefore become a central plank of any carbon-reduction programme.
25th August 2021
FM has a unique opportunity to take the lead in improving the quality of life for people who use buildings – and improving the productivity of the businesses that operate them.
25th August 2021
The big challenge for developers of renewable energy plants today is the reduction of funding options. The government subsides that were instrumental in the rapid growth of renewables in previous years have now largely been withdrawn. These included the Renewables Obligation (RO) and Feed in Tariff (FiT) schemes, while support from the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme has become hard to obtain.
13th August 2021
Recent statistics show that women make up around 48% of the UK workforce. (br) But in the manufacturing sector, the proportion is just 27%.
12th July 2021
Renewable energy is in demand like never before. In recent years, there has been a huge increase in the number of businesses looking for green electricity contracts, from a base of almost no interest outside a few major corporations to a situation where most businesses have renewable energy on their minds.
16th June 2021
Renewable energy is in demand like never before. Businesses of all sizes are prioritising carbon reduction and environmental responsibility, driven both by government targets and by demand from customers for more sustainable products and services.
18th February 2021
The UK Government’s announcement of a 10-point plan to guide the nation to achieving its 2050 target on carbon emissions is both welcome and timely. Heralding a ‘green industrial revolution’, it comes at a crucial juncture in the journey to net zero.
19th November 2020