‘Responsible energy use isn’t just about consuming less energy, it’s also about when you consume it’

That was the suggestion from Chris Curry, Head of Flexibility at Bryt Energy, who spoke to future Net Zero about the importance of a flexible energy system on the road to delivering net zero

Webinar – Location, Location – the challenges to siting onshore wind farms in Scotland

In case you missed this webinar, you can catch up here

Zero carbon electricity – what’s in it for my business?

When it comes to decarbonisation, opting for a zero-carbon, fully renewable electricity supply is a fairly simple step many businesses can take to reduce their carbon footprint

How to save energy while you’re working from home

The ongoing impact of COVID-19 has changed the way many of us live and work, and it’s changing the way we use energy, too

Bryt Energy: our journey to becoming a carbon-neutral* supplier

Bryt has always been sustainable by nature – we set out to have a positive impact on the environment since our inception in 2016, because we believe it’s simply the right thing to do. So we’re delighted to announce that we have now achieved carbon-neutral* status – and we’re ready to bring all of our customers along with us!

Are EVs the answer? No – but they are part of the journey

That’s the verdict from Anthony Hinde, Managing Director at Gronn Kontakt UK

Are electric vehicles the road to recovery for a low carbon future?

We caught up with our colleagues at Grønn Kontakt (also part of the Statkraft family) to see what an EV future might look like

Solutions to reach a 1.5-degrees pathway

This is the third and final post in a series of three articles from clean energy expert Statkraft, titled ‘Future Energy Scenarios – Global Energy Trends’

The green recovery: how renewable energy can actually save money and carbon

Interview with Alex Goodall, Head of UK Solar for Statkraft, on the economic benefits of renewable energy

Early effects of COVID-19 on the business electricity market – insights from Bryt Energy

Covid-19 has affected individuals, businesses, and industries in an unprecedented way across the world. Now many governments, including our own, expect Covid-19 to be with us for many months, if not years, ahead. So what impact is the virus having on the business electricity market and what do we need to look out for?