May 21, 2019 Last Updated 8:31 AM, Apr 10, 2019

A lesson on energy efficiency

It’s not just businesses that are expected to have an awareness of their carbon footprint – schools are increasingly under the spotlight too. Anna Wooster, Managing Director of renewable energy company Greenio, discusses how classrooms can cut their carbon emissions while saving thousands of pounds…
A swimming pool is at the forefront of a renewable energy revolution which creates heat from wastewater.
West Point is a world-renowned US military academy with a 200-year history and a prodigious alumni list.
A multi-national IT company has become the latest corporation to adopt solar thermal as an integral part of its sustainability strategy at its new, landmark offices in Dublin, Ireland. The building, based at the city’s prestigious EastPoint Business Park, has already earned a top global…
Robert Hughes, Business Development Director for the Virtue energy storage solution, explains how using the technology can assist in creating a smart energy infrastructure for local communities, including homes and businesses, which is driven by renewables and flexible generation.
Marshalls, with technology company Polysolar, has installed the UK’s first transparent solar bus shelter in London’s Canary Wharf.
The public sector has an important leadership role to play in taking action on climate change and energy use. Here, Lucia Harney-Dey, Associate Director at energy management specialist Orchard Energy, discusses the benefits of taking a holistic approach to carbon reduction when considering renewable technologies.
Environmental pioneer Cranfield University in Bedfordshire is future-proofing its energy supply and helping protect against long term price increases thanks to the installation of a Flogas Renewables biomass system.
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust has chosen biomass technology supplied by Rural Energy to heat its new £40m mental health facility ‘The Harbour’, in Blackpool.

Can the RHI deliver?

The UK Government has set a 12% Renewable Heat target by 2020 to meet the EU Renewables Directive. With the UK providing only 2.3% of the total heat demand through renewables in 2012 – primarily from biomass and solar thermal installations – we still have…

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