Saturday, September 18, 2021

Project that allowed island of 18 turn to green energy wins award

CANNA Renewable Energy and Electrification, on the westernmost of the Small Isles archipelago in the Inner Hebrides, has won the 2019 Best Community Project...

Six energy leaders commit to improve gender equality in the industry

Leaders of BP, Drax, Engie, EON UK, Subsea 7 and Wood have signed up to the Energy Leaders’ Coalition, a public commitment to improve...

IEA: COVID-19 is hurting but not halting global growth in renewable power capacity

AFTER a dip this year, new renewable capacity additions are expected to rebound in 2021, but policy certainty is critical to ensure investor confidence,...

Mandatory climate change classes planned for Scottish politicians, business leaders and students

MEMBERS of the Scottish Parliament, business leaders and newly enrolled university students may be asked to take mandatory climate change studies if plans currently...

World’s first timing centre protects UK from the effects of satellite failure

THE ENERGY grid could become more resilient with the help of the world’s first National Timing Centre in the UK, Science Minister Amanda Solloway...

Sainsbury’s to invest £1bn on decarbonisation by 2040

SAINSBURY'S has committed to investing £1 billion over twenty years towards becoming a Net Zero business across its own operations by 2040. The retailer’s current...

Complaints on water retailers have fallen among business customers, says new report

COMPLAINTS about water retailers have fallen for the first time since the majority of business customers in England were given the freedom to switch...

Councils join forces for £2.1bn energy and waste project

FIVE Tees Valley borough authorities (Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar/Cleveland, and Stockton) Durham County Council and Newcastle City Council want to build a new Energy...

COVID-19 fallout adds to UK water revenue pressures, says research

THE FALLOUT from the coronavirus, including delayed customer payments, increased bad debts and modified consumption volumes, will temporarily reduce cash flow, liquidity and covenant...

Live streaming tool used by emergency services deployed to report water leaks

ANGLIAN Water has become the first business outside of the emergency services to use a live-streaming technology to help engineers plan routine work during...