Smart energy needs to be incorporated into the national planning policy to support a smooth transition to a net-zero carbon future, says the RTPI.
A new report has stated that improving the energy efficiency of buildings will be vital to meeting climate change obligations, eradicating fuel poverty and lowering home energy bills.
Interserve and its project partner Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S (Vølund), have handed over the Margam biomass energy plant to Margam Green Energy Ltd.
The Civic Quarter Heat Network will generate low-carbon heat and power for the city, helping Manchester to reach its ambitions to be carbon-neutral by 2038.
A new £16m state-of-the-art energy and buildings research facility is to be built at the University of Salford as work commences on the Energy House 2.0 scheme.
Louis Burford, head of solution sales and optimisation at Centrica Business Solutions, explores the importance of onsite energy technology for developers and planners.
With climate change on the minds of so many of the international community, the need for sustainable residential construction has never been greater. A few simple changes can help save the planet.
Adams Selfstore discusses carbon storage – and how technology is helping to transform carbon emissions into raw materials and fuel for the construction industry.
When it comes to the efficient operation of a building, even the seemingly small decisions can have a big consequence, for example, what elements do you need to consider when specifying a louvre?
The World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) Europe network and partners have published a new report to support energy efficiency mortgages for Europe.
Global engineering consultancy Arup has partnered with global wellness specialists Delos to address the growing issue of health and wellness in buildings.
Legislation laid today (12 June) puts the UK on the path to become the first major economy to set net zero emissions target in law.
Ramboll has launched its Sustainable Buildings Market Study (SBMS), revealing insights from architects, developers, contractors and investors across the UK and Scandinavia.
The WorldGBC to is focus on end-to-end carbon emissions created across the building and construction industry for World Green Building Week.