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Chris Billing joins Total in France

Chris Billing has been appointed as a Director to the Strategy and New Ventures department within Total Paris. He will be working on Total Gas and Power’s (TGP) commercial strategy across Europe, as part of its wider ‘better energy’ ambition to have 20% of their generation from renewable sources within 20 years, Mr Billing said: […]

Battery storage costs predicted to plummet

  The cost of battery storage could fall by up to 66 % by 2030, according to a new report published today by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). They predict the falling price will trigger a 17-fold growth of installed battery storage, opening up a number of new commercial and economic opportunities. The report […]

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Upbeat Clark says Brits lead the world in energy as he announces new battery group

Energy Secretary Greg Clark told the Tory Conference today that Britain leads the way in energy and will be at the forefront of battery technology. An ebullient Mr Clark said the world was now looking at what we are doing. He said: “For the first time in a generation the British Government is leading the […]

Liverpool council’s energy saving deal with E.ON

Liverpool City Council is launching a £1.5m warmer homes scheme alongside Big Six supplier E.ON. The deal will offer all private landlord tenants and homeowners, up to £775 worth of free or subsidised insulation and boiler discounts, for those who are eligible. They don’t have to be an E.ON customer. Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson said: […]

Heat pumps could help Glasgow fuel poor

  Scientists have worked out that derelict land in Glasgow could be used to power homes for the city’s fuel poor. The results, published in the journal Renewable Energy, suggest with ground source heat pumps and the right investment, there is sufficient brownfield land to easily meet the heat demand of all households in fuel […]