Asia and pacific region ‘must clean up energy to reach global decarbonisation’

A new REN21 report suggests the deployment of renewables in the area continues to lag behind that of traditional energy sources

Coventry Hospitals hope to heal energy spend by £1.6m a year

Modern energy generation equipment is being installed at University Hospital and the Hospital of St Gross as part of a scheme worth £6m

Driving the electric revolution: £30m offered for regional centres of excellence

Applicants must register by 27th November 2019

John Lewis and Waitrose to stop selling Christmas crackers containing plastic

From next year, the small gifts contained in their crackers will be made of recyclable materials such as metal and paper games

Webinar: Towards net zero: how can businesses play their part?

This webinar will be brought to you live from 11:00 AM on November 21st.

New £25m car scrappage scheme for low income Londoners

Drivers can get up to £2,000 for scrapping older and more polluting cars or motorcycles for cleaner ones

Guest Blog: Ashley Phillips – Ground rules – how the latest regulatory changes affect I&C businesses

Changes in regulation and the increased focus on the net zero goal will inevitably mean some disruption; but it will also be a time of opportunity

Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) to replace Feed-In-Tariff (FiT) Payments

Following the closure of the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme to new applicants in March 2019, the government has acknowledged that small-scale renewable energy generators need to be paid for the electricity that they export to the grid.

Energy Live Expo 2019: Podcast with TfL’s Alex Gilbert

A representative from TfL will be speaking at the event on 5th November at the QEII Centre in London

Ofgem rejects SSEN’s £709m Shetland power link

The approval was based on the Viking Energy Wind Farm securing subsidies through the UK Government’s Contracts for Difference auction last month