Guest Blog: Mark Tarry – Towards a net zero heat and power future

There has probably never been a more interesting time to work in energy.

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Time is up for energy management innovators

Entries for The Wright Commission Award 2019 are soon to close. If you have an innovation you’d like to share, then apply now

Guest Blog: Mark Westwood – Turning up the heat with greener gas

Heat currently accounts for 45% of the UK’s energy demand, most of which is fuelled by natural gas

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Are you an energy mastermind?

The Energy Club’s mission is for members to share and enhance individual expertise from fellow members

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Carbon Trading – has it changed its spots?

Last week on Energy Live News I read about a proposal to ask consumers to offset their Carbon Emissions when buying travel tickets.

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Are REGOs fit for purpose?

Buying renewable power is unquestionably the right thing to do and can only help the UK to meet its carbon goals and mitigate climate change

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Time to reconsider renewables?

Happy Birthday Mr Lovelock – time to reconsider renewables?

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – The Wright Commission Awards

The Wright Commission is a competition to highlight new, exciting and innovative ideas in the energy management space

Guest Blog: Richard Burrell – Finding a pathway to much-needed UK heat decarbonisation

Whilst we continue to create energy milestones, such as the UK not using any coal to generate electricity for 18 days, renewable heat generation is not making the same headlines.

Guest Blog: Steve Holliday – Net zero means getting consumer engagement right

The Energy Institute’s incoming President Steve Holliday FREng FEI discusses the Energy Barometer 2019 and why consumer engagement has to be the next front in the war on climate change