Government feels the heat over yawning gap in UK gas decarbonisation policy from two major reports from the CBI and the Net Zero Infrastructure Commission
Global real estate investor says it is "repositioning its business" to meet its new decarbonisation goals, which include reducing 'corporate emissions' to net zero by 2030 and carbon neutrality across its portfolio twenty years later
Sky said it expects the Hertfordshire studios to be fully powered by renewable energy, in keeping with its plan to be net zero carbon by the end of the decade
Rishi Sunak confirms £3bn energy efficiency programme and promises to deliver green recovery, but fails to deliver wider stimulus measures
Chancellor Rishi Sunak's new £3bn energy efficiency programme is a welcome boost to the green economy, but its ability to catalyse the transformation of the UK's building stock depends on what happens next
Heat recovery system will capture air from servers to produce 25MW per hour of usable heat
EXCLUSIVE: System that uses machine learning to measure the 'actual' fabric thermal performance of a home within three months could provide evidence base for national retrofit programme
'From zero carbon heat laggard to leader': Green groups urge government to back heat pumps in recovery plans
Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, CPRE and Possible propose 'cash for clunkers' scheme, and urge government to prioritise heat pumps over hydrogen in its green heating plans
Firm chief executive argues that construction is "rocket fuel" for economic growth, but must be done sustainably in order for the country to build back better.
Property giant unveils new sustainability strategy designed to transform its entire portfolio, slashing both embodied and operational emissions in the process
'Now is the time to deliver': Calls grow for government to deliver 'long overdue' campaign to tackle UK's leaky homes
Fresh analysis reiterates how a national building upgrade programme provides one of the most cost-effective routes to tackling emissions, creating jobs, and boosting the economy
Major new report from the Local Government Association argues devolving skills development and investment could help put UK on track for net zero emissions and create a post-coronavirus jobs boom
Energy giant signs up to EV100 and EP100 initiatives, as company beefs up Plan Zero decarbonisation strategy
A new analysis by the ECIU notes that extended lockdown into the winter months could exacerbate fuel poverty in the UK and calls on the government to implement vast energy efficiency programmes for homes that will lower heating bills while reducing carbon,...
Two major new reports today have highlighted how relatively modest policy reforms and financial innovations could turbocharge UK decarbonisation efforts and provide thousands of construction jobs
Firm will move the Gresham's lithium-ion 50MW/75MWh Thurock battery storage site's outputs between different markets from its Edinburgh control room.
Net Zero: Carbon Trust launches cross-sector investigation into prospects for flexible energy system
The project's conclusions, expected for early next year, will draw from modelling, research and industry interviews and help inform net zero road maps of policymakers and energy players.
Making the net zero home a reality: Schneider Electric and Sustainable Ventures launch clean tech competition
Competition will give startups and SMEs a chance to develop their solution in partnership with Schneider Electric.
Agriculture faces a more challenging ride to net-zero than other sectors, warn the analysts, due to the sector being enormous in scale yet highly decentralised.
Richard Lowes at the University of Exeter argues that the encouraging rhetoric in the government's latest green heat proposals conceals a paucity of ambition that looks to be way off track against the UK's net zero emission goals
Project designer for £7m council minewater district heating project set to heat “fuel-poor homes” was appointed last week.
Modular housing will be able to weather Covid-19 crisis better than traditional construction due to controlled factory environment, L&G said as it unveiled plans to build 154 homes in Selby.
The coronavirus lockdown may have led to a fall in emissions, but assumptions that home-working automatically cuts carbon could prove to be wide of the mark
Offices, shops, and hotels are still using roughly 84 per cent of their typical energy demand during lockdown, according to findings from energy performance consultants Carbon Intelligence