‘Government needs to make decisions on big-ticket items for the future of the energy sector’

That’s the verdict from Kevin Dibble, Divisional CEO of Energy Supply at ENGIE UK & Ireland, following Boris Johnson’s recent speech at the Conservative Party conference

Sainsbury’s swaps lead-acid pallet trucks for sustainable alternatives

The retail giant has replaced its manual handling trucks for lithium-ion models powered by kinetic energy

Bryt Energy celebrates contract extension with Superdrug, The Perfume Shop and Savers

Health and beauty giant, A.S. Watson, owner of Superdrug, The Perfume Shop and Savers, have recently confirmed they will be extending their zero carbon, 100% renewable electricity supply contract by 12 months, after celebrating a year and a half since switching to us

ENGIE begins 25-year district energy services delivery to Principal Place development in London

The 25-year contract will see ENGIE manage the operation and maintenance for the energy centre and pipe distribution network

How can the UK fall back in love with electric heating?

By Zain Habib, Innovation Programme Delivery Manager at UK Power Networks

How to tackle the low carbon heat problem

Heat accounts for over a third of the UK’s carbon emissions and presents the most significant challenge to achieving our decarbonisation of the economy and society by 2050

Dumfries & Galloway College launches £1.8 million Green Energy Hub

The Scottish college aims to promote sustainable economic growth, increased air quality and other aspects of environmental forward-planning in the region

Could infra-red heating be the key to cutting emissions?

Energy Carbon has won a contract to supply an innovative heating technology, created by experts from the University of Stuttgart, to the UK

Industry regulators ‘have clear responsibility’ to ensure the UK’s net zero goal can be delivered

That’s the suggestion offered in a new report from the CBI, which highlights the urgency of progress on economy-wide infrastructure delivery

‘Customers need to be offered the right solutions at the right time in order to decarbonise heat’

That’s the suggestion from Ian Cameron, Head of Customer Service and Innovation at UK Power Networks – listen to the podcast to find out more…