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

Chemicals giant LyondellBasell announces 2050 net zero goal

It is targeting an absolute reduction of 30% in Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2030

TfL boosts its Piccadilly line fleet with greener trains

Manufactured by Siemens Mobility, the trains are forecast to save 20% in energy consumption compared to existing models

H2GO Power trials AI for hydrogen storage technology

Initial results show it has the potential to increase power reliability, allow for the integration of higher levels of renewable energy and help accelerate the shift towards a net zero carbon economy

How social housing can reach net zero by using energy management to cut carbon

Ravi Kalyan, Energy Analytics Manager at SSE Enterprise, examines the social housing service charge conundrum and how achieving net zero is being impacted