MPs press the alarm: “UK’s consumption is unsustainable”

The Environmental Audit Committee is concerned that the use of deforestation-linked commodities including soy, cocoa, timber is increasing dramatically

Do You Know Your Energy Spend?

As the annual budgeting process begins once more and the firm’s executives renew their demand to reduce operating expenses. More often than not, the solution lies in focusing on a cost that is rarely tracked in much detail: energy data.

US sets new records for natural gas production and consumption in 2019

The Energy Information Administration reveals natural gas production rose by 10%, reaching a record high average of 93.1 billion cubic feet per day

Stark customers reduce energy use by 50% more than the average business in lockdown

Stark, a leading provider of energy data and analytics services, has announced that Stark customers have reduced their energy use by 50% more than the average business in lockdown, saving nearly £750,000 a day more in aggregate than the industry average.

Coal made up only 1% of UK’s energy generated during third quarter of 2019

That’s according to a raft of new statistics released by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, covering the period from July to September

Rising renewables ‘still won’t be enough to meet 2030 climate goals’

The Economist Intelligence Unit suggests despite 2020 being forecast to be a strong year for renewable energy, this growth will not be fast enough to meet pledges for 2030 made under the Paris Agreement on climate change

Fossil fuels hit record low share of major power producer generation in UK

During the same period, the share of low carbon power from major power producers was up by 1.8% on the previous year, rising to 54.4%

Climate change
Climate targets ‘in jeopardy as energy demand soars’

Capgemini has published new data revealing that as global energy demand continued to rise through 2018, so did greenhouse gas emissions

UK’s renewable generation soars by 39% year-on-year in third quarter of 2019

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has revealed this surge in clean energy was driven by strong growth from wind and hydropower

‘Significant lifestyle changes will have to happen to hit net zero’

That’s the verdict from Professor Sir Ian Boyd who says the public have “little idea” of what would actually be needed to hit the 2050 target