The previous deadline of January 2021 for projects to be operational has been extended to March 2022, in order to help protect investment in the renewable heat industry
Making your home electrically energy efficient can be quite an overwhelming task. With the amount of choice of products available on the market it can be hard knowing where to start.
The project aims to help cater to fluctuating power demand without disrupting the distribution network
That’s the suggestion from Richard Burrell, CEO of AMP Clean Energy, who spoke to future Net Zero about decarbonising the UK and what he thinks will happen next
A new survey finds 51% admit they would be turning the heating off to save money, while just 9% said they will be turning off heating for its environmental benefits
Melbourne based start-up RayGen has secured AUD$3 million to facilitate a research study into the technology
The agreement will enable users to access zero carbon hot water on demand
The funding by SEAI and GSI is to support research and innovation into providing clean heat and power from the ground
Following last week’s cabinet reshuffle, which saw the appointment of a new Chancellor of the Exchequer just four weeks before the Budget on 11 March, there are now some concerns that the anticipated ‘green Budget’ is in doubt.
Richard Burrell of AMP Clean Energy, outlines his vision for heat decarbonisation for both industry and the public sector