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Energy-as-a-Service: Turning cost into competitive advantage
How smart financing is enabling manufacturers to harness energy savings to help them stay ahead of the curve.
Financing agreed for world’s largest offshore wind park
The world’s largest offshore wind park is a step closer to reality, after SSE Plc and Equinor ASA agreed to financing terms.
89% of consumers cite energy efficiency as most important home improvement
When it comes to carrying out home improvements, 89% of consumers cited energy efficiency and energy savings as the most important factor.
What work still needs to be done to hit the UK’s 2050 Net Zero target
The Electrical Contractor’s Association looks at what steps the Government is taking towards net zero and what work still needs to be done.
UK to begin phase out of gas in three years, as gas boiler ban set for 2023
A gas boiler ban could come into effect in the UK in 2023, which would see new-build homes adopt more energy efficient heating methods.
New diesel and petrol cars to be banned in UK from 2030, UK Government confirms
The UK Government has confirmed that the ban on the sale of new diesel and petrol cars will be moved up to 2030.
ORE Catapult to track cable failure trends to reduce subsea cable failures
The ORE Catapult has said that it will begin tracking cable failure trends and service downtime in order to reduce subsea cable failures.
Solar satellites could someday beam electricity from space to the UK
The UK’s electricity could someday come from solar satellites in outer space if the UK Government’s new research goes according to plan.
New UK Government taskforce targets two million green jobs
The UK Government has announced a new Green Jobs Taskforce that will support the creation of two million green jobs.
UK Government ups investment in green technologies with new bonds
In order to meet increased spending in green technologies, the UK Government has decided to issue new green bonds.