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Global offshore wind set to soar

As the offshore wind sector’s global expansion trend continues to grow, an increased awareness of the risks and effects of climate change is likely to lead to a greater focus on decarbonisation ... more

Netherlands doubling green energy subsidies

The Dutch Government plans to double the green energy subsidies to €4bn in 2020, from a previously planned €2bn to meet its promise to cut CO2 emissions. The 2020 Sustainable Energy Production (SDE+) ... more

Urgent action needed to help firms during coronavirus crisis

A group of respected construction industry bodies, who between them represent the majority of contractor business in Scotland, has suggested a number of simple actions which the Scottish Government ... more

Company delivers critical products, services, and personnel during pandemic

Johnson Controls chairman and CEO, George Oliver, has reaffirmed that the company is delivering 'essential products, services, and personnel' during the COVID-19 pandemic.

"At times like these, ... more


Rise in home working - employers must consider wellbeing

Employers’ concern for staff wellbeing must now go well beyond the traditional workplace, says lighting manufacturer, Tamlite Lighting, who is advising businesses to make sure their staff are fully ... more

SP Energy Networks to deliver real-time digital model of its network

SP Energy Networks has partnered with CGI to assist in delivery of its Smart Data Integration Fabric (SDIF) project – a key enabler not only for its transition to Distribution System Operator, but ... more

Over nine in ten engineering services firms fear impact of coronavirus

Over nine in ten engineering services businesses (93 per cent) say they are ‘concerned or very concerned’ about the impact of coronavirus on their business over the next six months, according to ... more

COVID-19: A message from Ofgem CEO Jonathan Brearley

COVID-19 gives the energy industry a serious challenge to tackle on behalf of the homes and businesses that depend on the sector for gas and electricity.

As an industry, we are rooted in ... more


The effect of Covid-19 on contractual obligations

Conexus Law, the specialist advisory firm that provides legal and commercial advice to clients who work in sectors where the built environment, technology, engineering and people converge, is ... more

Scottish firm partners with Centrica to improve SME energy efficiency 

Scottish building optimisation company arbnco has won a £641,000 contract for phase two of the government innovation competition ‘Boosting Access for SMEs to Energy Efficiency’ (BASEE).

The ... more


Gov agrees measures with energy industry to support vulnerable people through COVID-19

New emergency measures with the energy industry have been agreed by the government to protect the domestic energy supply of those most in need during the disruption caused by COVID-19.

From ... more


Energy Assets aims to be the ‘zero’ heroes

Employees at Energy Assets (EA) are marking Global Recycling Day on 18 March in the best possible way – by closing in on a company-wide objective to cut landfill waste to zero.

Two years ago, ... more


Pump industry awards postponed due to COVID-19

Following the government’s latest guidance, the BPMA and its event organiser, Touchwave Media, have agreed to postpone the 2020 Pump Industry Awards scheduled for Thursday 19 March.

They say ... more


40-year heat network design and ESCo contract

Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing Association (MTVH) has appointed Switch2 Energy as ESCo partner to deliver a low carbon heat network for its new former Shredded Wheat Factory South Site housing ... more

Terry Sharp announced as new president of BCIA

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has announced Terry Sharp as its new president. Mr Sharp takes over from Jon Belfield who has held the role for the past two years.

Sharp has ... more


Statkraft to acquire UK electric vehicle business from Vattenfall

Swedish energy group Vattenfall is to transfer ownership of its electric vehicle business in the UK, to Statkraft, Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy.

Vattenfall currently operates ... more


First portable 22kW charging station approved

Juice Technology AG, manufacturer of portable charging stations for electric cars, announces that Juice Booster 2 is TÜV SÜD-certified. This company is said to be the first manufacturer to have a ... more

Major opportunity for £600m Energy Recovery Facility

North London Waste Authority (NLWA) is holding a Market Information Webinar for works associated with the delivery of a new £600m world-class Energy Recovery Facility (ERF), as part of the North ... more

Motorists ‘back smart charging markets’, study reveals

The majority of motorists would be happy to charge their electric vehicle outside of peak times in return for lower bills, new research commissioned by UK Power Networks has found.

The findings ... more


Good Energy selects SWARCO eVolt as EV charging supplier

SWARCO eVolt, the electric vehicle (EV) charging business, has been selected as a trusted equipment and services supplier by Good Energy, the 100 per cent renewable energy company, for One Point: a ... more

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