Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Calling for a climate emergency

Climate change is very much back on the global agenda and governments around the world are starting to listen

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Communications lessons from the London Marathon

How can you sell your message to those that you need to engage?

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Playing the Game of Energy Thrones

Don’t lose your head when it comes to energy management

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Find the right personality to pass on the sustainability

Dominant, dependent or detached ? Which kind of personality are you?

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Will AI tame my data Chimp?

Will the rise of AI help ease the worries of an energy manager or give them a bigger headache?

Guest Blog: Mark Tarry – Flexible generation where it’s needed most

As Ofgem begins a review of how network usage and access is charged, AMP Clean Energy’s chief financial officer Mark Tarry explains why the focus of reforms should be on location

Guest Blog: Louise Kingham – Heat and transport need to get in on the Act

The chief executive of the Energy Institute talks about the success story of the Climate Change Act and what more needs to be done

Guest Blog: Nick Boyle – Unlikely Bedfellows, Big Oil Meets Solar Power

I actively avoid reimagining working life as a romance novel, but if I was in the habit, I’d probably frame our December 2017 announcement as one of those classic “unlikely couple make it work against odds, to the shock and confusion of the whole town…”

Guest Blog: Nick Boyle – Solar and Storage – So Close We Can Almost Taste It

The CEO of Lightsource says while solar and storage won’t be a good fit for every single site, it is a viable solution for some businesses

Guest Blog: Nick Boyle – UK Solar Market – Light at the End of the Sleeve?

It’s the question on everyone’s lips at the moment (everyone in solar circles, anyway) – are we finally reaching the point where solar can be developed to be competitive with the grid, providing an unsubsidised renewable power supply for corporate customers? Can additional renewables compete with the secondary market of subsidised assets? Well, it might […]