What will energy management look like in 2030?

The way we’re using electricity is changing. Decarbonisation of heat and power and an increase in electricity consumption means greater dependence on intermittent renewable energy sources like wind and solar

Why install workplace charging stations?

Workplace charging stations can help accelerate your organisation’s decarbonisation objectives, supporting colleagues with the transition to electric vehicles, and save businesses a significant amount of money on fuel

An introduction to carbon accounting

How can organisations find a route to net zero emissions? Many businesses, industries and countries have pledged to balance their emissions before mid-century

How Drax saved £80,000 by investing in solar

Drax, are enabling a zero carbon, lower cost energy future. Their recent successes in solar power are doing just that

Major US Southeast energy firms launch hydrogen hub coalition

They will apply for government funding for a Southeast Hydrogen Hub under the recently-announced opportunity by the Department of Energy

Solar Energy – Discussing the Myths

What are the barriers to considering Solar energy? In our blog post we are discussing some of the myths of Solar energy and what you can consider

This is Bowerhouse II!

In April this year – a new 38 hectare (94 acre) solar farm in North Somerset was acquired by Kent County Council (KCC) and LASER, massively reducing carbon emissions whilst saving energy costs for KCC

Here comes the sun! A new solar farm for Kent County Council & LASER Energy

We have acquired a new 38 hectare (94 acre) solar farm in North Somerset with Kent County Council

UN: ‘Climate promises are offering little hope’

It claims that on the current track by 2100 the world could have warmed by 2.6°C

What can businesses do about Scope 3 emissions?

Scope 3 emissions are the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that your company is responsible for, but which are outside your direct control