Net zero power without breaking the bank

Britain could save £50bn by decarbonising smarter and faster, study shows

Centre for Net Zero explores role of consumers in flexible energy systems

It will work with researchers from the University of Maryland and the University of Cologne to better understand how consumers respond to changing wholesale prices

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REA: ‘More government action is needed if the UK is to achieve its net zero aims’

The REA’s new report reveals that although progress in decarbonisation has been made, reduced support schemes and a lack of policy have slowed progress

Webinar: Why great energy procurement is crucial for net zero

This webinar will be brought to you live from 11:00 on August 4th

EDP funds solar projects in five African countries

The funding is provided through the A2E fund and will support projects in Angola, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda and Malawi

‘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

IEA: ‘Portugal’s energy policies set clear pathway to carbon-neutrality’

The International Energy Agency has praised the balance of Portuguese energy policy, as it aims to become carbon-neutral by 2050

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

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

Thank you all for joining us at the inaugural Festival Net Zero!

The COVID-secure, carbon-neutral event was a great success – stay tuned over the next week for more content

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Building a better, decarbonised world means raising standards for all buildings, new and old

By Philippe Delorme, Executive Vice-President, Energy Management, Schneider Electric