Water way to cut plastic pollution at Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf Group aims to cut the amount of waste produced at the site

Are this summer’s sunny skies a climate change killer?

As temperatures in the UK soar to 35°C, how concerned are the British public?

Making serious (environmental) gains at London’s new eco-gym

The Terra Hale gym in Shepherd’s Bush uses a new form of renewable energy – human-powered spinning machines

UK ‘will have to move towards fixed-based power connection charge’

Paul Massara, CEO of Electron says decentralised energy generation is expected to increase, with consumers producing their own power and storing them

Integrating new tech into grid at lowest cost ‘a challenge for energy transition’

Paul Massara, CEO of Electron believes nations will look into boosting renewables’ share in the energy mix as costs fall

‘Too many green voices slowing UK public’s EV adoption’

Andy Eastlake, Managing Director of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, said this is slowing the uptake of clean cars

Car manufacturers ‘aren’t interested in selling electric vehicles’

That’s the opinion of Greg Archer, Director of Clean Vehicles at Transport and Environment, who spoke to ELN yesterday

A look back at TELCA 2018

It was the sixth edition of the award-winning Energy Live Consultancy Awards

Energy Live Future goes to Mars and beyond!

Major energy end users spending more than £2bn worth of energy were part of the event

ELF2018: What should businesses consider when gearing up for EVs?

Phil Hack, Head of Markets at UK Power Networks Services told ELN firms should consider their whole fleet strategy over the long term to avoid “regret costs”