• Start with the plug

    BEAMA is to support the launch of ReDESIGNING REGULATION - Powering from the future.

    Launched in Parliament on the 11 December this report helps to untangle the ‘spaghetti of regulation’ that currently exists for the energy sector and return the UK to the forefront of regulatory innovation.

  • Cream of the crop

    Signify has now made it easy for fruit and vegetable growers to switch to LED lighting, as a way to improve crop results and reduce energy costs.

  • Vickers endorses the Carbon Trust’s IEEA

    With Phase 2 of the Carbon Trust’s Industrial Energy Efficiency Accelerator (IEEA) now under way, Manchester’s leading supplier of energy management systems and lighting, Vickers, is strongly encouraging the partnership between developers of energy-efficient technologies and companies across industrial and manufacturing sectors in order to test their technologies on-site.

  • The next generation in virtual power?

    Combining their peer-to-peer network technology and renewable energy products, Kyocera and LO3 Energy have come together to trial a virtual blockchain-managed power plant, in a bid to improve energy distribution.

  • “The convolutions of a smooth-lipped shell”

    There has been great astonishment that one of the oil majors, Shell, has announced its intention to become the world’s biggest power company within 15 years. The multinational thinks electrification will grow rapidly, and is apparently eyeing double digit returns from “smart trading and the management of flexibility.”