Elsa Wenzel explores how circular economy models, when executed right, can unlock a raft of co-benefits
Energy giant partners with Daikin for heat pump offer, as new report warns 'boiler backlash' could derail net zero agenda
Indoor air pollution risks exacerbating prior health issues of up to 440,000 manufacturing and logistics workers in the UK, Global Action Plan warns
Firm says it has a "duty" to develop solutions that can reduce carbon footprint of UK's housing stock, warning that existing housing supply poses "considerable threat" to UK's net zero plans
MCS certification scheme says it is 'fielding calls on a daily basis from installers seeking clarity and expressing their concerns over what they feel are flaws in the scheme'
National Insulation Association writes to Chancellor requesting clarity over long term future of the scheme, after reports that many households cannot access grant scheme
'Unstoppable momentum': Business-backed report concludes Paris-aligned power sector can be delivered
'S curve' deployment suggest goals of Paris Agreement can be achieved, but only if policy framework 'encourages, sustains, and extends' the deployment of clean technologies, according to researchers from UCL's Institute for Sustainable Resources
The savings were achieved via a raft of efficiency improvements across 90 of the firm's buildings including offices and data centres
New dedicated spaces to showcase energy efficient and environmentally friendly products alongside expert advice on efficiency measures in the home
Aviation sector will not be able to reach net zero if worldwide capacity of sustainable fuels is split between different transport sectors, John Holland Kaye warned at BusinessGreen’s Net Zero Festival
Green Home Retrofit Finance Principles spearheaded by Green Finance Institute aim to 'strengthen integrity of retrofit finance market'
From materials innovation to modular construction: The property sector plots its pathway to net zero
The government has promised to 'build, build, build' to reboot the economy in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. But can this be done without stoking the climate emergency? BusinessGreen speaks to two developers to find out
Ahead of full launch of £2bn energy efficiency grant scheme next month, the government has today unveiled a revamped version of the Simple Energy Advice website
New lights promise to slash emissions and energy bills
Builders, plumbers, and other tradespeople advised to become TrustMark accredited so they can 'crack on' and offer grant-funded services under the government's new energy efficiency scheme
Cardiff and Bridgend are the first councils in Wales to be awarded funding from the government’s £320m HNIP scheme to accelerate the development of district heating networks
O2 argues Britain can become a leader in 5G 'if we invest now', as it publishes report outlining how technology remains a key component for the low carbon transition
Deal will see Lewisham builder A&E Elkins assemble as many as 750 low carbon council homes in 60 locations across Greenwich over the next five years
'The home replaces the petrol forecourt': Tonik Energy launches smart EV charging bundle in 'UK first'
Smart data from EV chargers installed by Tonik's in-house team will allow company to provide separate home and EV charging rates for customers
Chancellor: 'This is going to be a green recovery with concern for our environment at its heart'
Response to consultation confirms tax breaks designed to drive energy-saving investments will continue, as government flags plans for longer-term reforms to popular scheme will be revealed 'shortly'
Consumer goods giant unveils latest commitments from its recently announced €1bn 'nature and climate fund'
Plans to link up waste-to-energy, heat networks, battery storage and electric vehicle charge points could serve as a blueprint for other UK cities, according to council
Smart energy storage software specialist claims it now manages more than 20,000 residential batteries in Japan