Furniture giant IKEA has teased that it could move into the energy supply business within the next three years.
The UK arm of French manufacturer Saint-Gobain PAM has reported a 13.3% drop in carbon emissions since 2010 as it moves towards its target of a 50% reduction by 2025.
Greater corporate sourcing of renewables can be a significant driver for the transition towards a zero-emission economy, a new report issued by the RE100 initiative has claimed.
Supermarket chain Lidl will install EV charging points at 40 stores in the UK courtesy of Pod Point.
Sebastian Blake, commercial analyst at Open Energi, looks at the prospects for demand side response and battery storage technologies to revolutionise how energy security is guaranteed within the national grid.
Stephen Cirell discusses Cambridge County Council's CfD success and why it should be an example for other councils and local authorities to follow.
The Church of England’s investment arm has launched a ranking of energy companies’ progress on transitioning to low carbon.
Climate change minister Nick Hurd has rejected concerns over the possible asset stripping of the Green Investment Bank (GIB) following its privatisation, suggesting such a practice would be considered were the bank to remain a public institution.
Business technology firm Kodak Alaris has made savings of 11% on the annual energy costs of its UK manufacturing site after utilising a new cloud-based energy-management product from DONG Energy.
Apple has been named world’s greenest internet company by Greenpeace for the third year in a row.
- Anesco announces Green Hedge ‘Energy Barn’ development deal
- JLEN seeks £25 million through bookbuilding process
- PV Kits signs exclusive deal to bring new floating solar entrant to UK shores
- Joint venture to deliver 200MW of solar to Ireland with O&M opportunity
- UK battery storage pipeline reaches 2.3GW according to new report
Decarbonising the way businesses heat their premises remains one of the biggest challenges for government moving forward, climate change minister Nick Hurd has said.
Arlene Foster has called for an immediate investigation into Northern Ireland’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) after the resignation of deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness forced her out of office.
Stephen Cirell looks at how the RHI reforms stand to impact the non-domestic market and, crucially, the opportunities they could create for Local Authorities
Delivery firm DPD has bolstered its on-site solar portfolio so that every parcel it delivers will be done so carbon neutrally.
Martin McGuinness has resigned as deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland in protest to Arlene Foster’s handling of the rapidly developing scandal surrounding the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
The Welsh government has announced plans for a new £40 million scheme designed to help farmers reduce their carbon emissions.
New grant funding has been awarded to an energy demand response project using machine learning and artificial intelligence to manage a portfolio of storage assets and provide real-time energy reserves to the grid.