‘To make any real progress on tackling Scope 1 emissions, businesses need to start decarbonising heat’

Currently, heat makes up roughly 50% of all carbon emissions and consists of more than half of all energy usage for most businesses

ENGIE provides GeniePoint Network Electric Vehicle Charging at tallest office building in Bristol

100% renewable energy for Floreat EV Drivers at Castlemead

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

Statkraft signs optimisation agreement with AMP Clean Energy for urban reserve portfolio

The 15-year agreement will see Statkraft optimise the plants totalling up to 175MW capacity for the portfolio into the day ahead

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

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

Hull launches multi-million-pound project to decarbonise heat across city centre

Hull City Council’s planned district heating network will help achieve the region’s ambition to become carbon-neutral by 2030

Schneider Electric unveils blueprint to transform homes from smart to sustainable

The firm unveils the next evolution in smart home technology with new Wiser sensors, safety and temperature controls to understand room-by-room energy performance and CO2 impact, all controlled by the Wiser app

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

In Focus: Heat

Businesses and homes alike need to be heated – but why is it one of the hardest sectors to decarbonise?