• HPA welcomes ban on gas boilers in new homes

    The Spring Statement 2019 has outlined a ban on gas boilers in new homes from 2025 – and the Heat Pump Association is all for it.

  • Embracing change

    David Hall, VP power systems UK & Ireland at Schneider Electric, explores why utilities need to be smarter when selecting switchgear and outlines the advantages of embracing the latest innovations generating change in the offshore wind sector.

  • HPA responds to Committee on Climate Change Net Zero report

    The Heat Pump Association (HPA) has welcomed the publication of the Committee on Climate Change’s Net Zero report, which highlights that a net-zero target for UK greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 is both achievable and will deliver on the UK’s Paris Agreement commitments.

  • Industry backs Committee on Climate Change 2050 target

    Beama, the UK trade association representing manufacturers of energy technologies, supports the Committee on Climate Change net zero target.  Given the odds we now face globally in exceeding the 1.5°C rise in temperature, this is the only way forward.

  • A bold new target

    Luke Nicholls, content director at edie, gives a taste of what's in-store at this year's edie Live.

  • Report highlights increased demand for energy efficient products

    The latest Electrical Accessories Market Report from AMA Research highlights the increasing consumer awareness for energy efficiency improvements, supporting carbon reduction and climate change targets.

  • Follow the money

    The US Senate recently voted against the proposed Green New Deal programme, designed to combat the threat of climate change by reducing sales of coal, oil and natural gas.

  • University of Manchester scientists offer answer to solar cell defect

    A team of scientists at the University of Manchester is offering a solution to a key flaw in solar panels.

  • Not coins of the realm

    The increasing use of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies threatens a catastrophic escalation of climate change, a new study is warning. Scientists say the amount of electricity involved in ‘mining’ the cryptocurrency could boost global temperatures by more than two degrees by 2033.