Ofwat exposes weak financial resilience of certain water firms

The regulator found that SES Water, Yorkshire and Southern show lower levels of financial resilience

UN agency: “We are way off track”

Carbon dioxide concentrations last year were 149% above the pre-industrial level, according to the World Meteorological Organization

Smart meter installations got the jab!

There were 30% more installations in March 2021 than in March last year, according to the new ElectraLink report

Global carbon dioxide levels ‘remain at record highs despite Covid-19 lockdown’

The last time carbon dioxide levels were that high was three to five million years ago, according to the World Meteorological Organisation

Why business leaders are more environmentally conscious after the pandemic

A survey commissioned by Haven Power has found that corporate business leaders are more environmentally aware than before the coronavirus pandemic.

SimpliPhi Power builds clean energy microgrid for Covid-19 hospital in migrant camp

Batteries combined with photovoltaics provide power for the pop-up clinic at a migrant camp of 3,000 asylum seekers in Mexico

Indigenous energy production expected to rise in Africa

A new report suggests the African continent could satisfy a quarter of all its energy need from renewable power within a decade

Future Fit – preparing for life after lockdown

As energy users struggle with life under lockdown they not only need to ride out the immediate crisis but also prepare for the opportunities ahead as life, and energy markets, start returning to normal.

A Practical Guide to Remote Energy Management

Governments worldwide are encouraging businesses to implement remote working wherever possible due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Coping with Corona – Alex Goody, CEO of Gemserv

In the first of a new series, we talk to leading voices in the energy and environmental sector about coping with the COVID-19 pandemic