United Utilities introduces wastewater treatment tech to slash emissions

The new system is forecast to lead to power savings of up to 84% compared to older models

EU adopts Green Bond framework to gear up for €250bn issuance

The framework is expected to provide investors with the confidence that the funds mobilised will be allocated to green bonds and the Commission will report on the environmental impact

NAO: “Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme was not executed to an acceptable standard”

The UK’s independent public spending watchdog found that the scheme had an over-ambitious timetable that limited its carbon reduction and job creation impact

Company fined for cold calls about ‘non-existent green energy saving deals’

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined a Glasgow company £150,000 for making more than half a million nuisance marketing calls

Green energy consultancy Utility Team promotes Chris Toze to Energy Services Director to strengthen their Energy Services Department.

Utility Team is delighted to announce the appointment of Chris Toze to Energy Services Director.

Smart meters
DCC network grows over one million smart meters in August

DCC says that is the first time it has added more than one million meters to its network in a single month

‘Simpler and stricter’ EU energy labels for lighting products come into effect

Under the new A-G scale, very few products are initially able to achieve the ‘A’ and ‘B’ ratings, leaving space for more efficient products to gradually enter the market

Centrica to deliver £4.7m energy upgrade to hospital

Low energy lights, solar panels and heat pump technology will be installed to improve Hereford County Hospital’s energy efficiency

No more carbon drama for Guildhall!

The City of London has appointed Vital Energy to deploy measures that could guarantee CO2 savings of more than 1,000 tonnes a year

US invests $54m to boost energy efficiency in microelectronic technologies

Microelectronics are critical to nearly all modern technology, including smartphones, medical equipment, power plants, electricity grids and vehicles