The recently published BSRIA market intelligence study on the global air conditioning (AC) market continued to show growth in 2018.
New plans for a tidal lagoon and floating modular homes as part of a renewable energy development in Swansea Bay are financially viable, according to an independent report.
ENGIE has been awarded a 10 year contract worth £25m after a tender process which set a high benchmark for housing repairs and value for money.
Dr Don McLean, IES founder and CEO, discusses how their new IES technology will make it possible to create a Digital Twin of any community to simulate its lifecycle and plan the right solutions, addressing a number of negative cognitive biases.
Mears Group has partnered with Longhurst Group to deliver gas breakdown, gas servicing and gas installations as part of a ten year contract.
Gwyn Roberts, homes and communities lead at BRE, says UK housebuilders should take the initiative now to ensure better performance through higher quality.
Skanska UK has pledged to be carbon neutral by 2045; its new carbon reduction target includes cutting all direct and supply chain emissions.
BSRIA has successfully extended the scope of its UKAS accreditation to include testing of domestic hot water heat pumps in accordance with BS EN 16147:2017.
Heating, cooling and electrical systems regularly designed with up to 50% more electrical capacity than they will ever need, according to a study led by Ramboll.
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has unveiled a framework for the UK construction and property industry to transition new and existing buildings to become net zero carbon by 2050.
Gas distribution network Cadent has announced a major expansion of its robotics scheme across North London.
After a successful start bringing the Dutch Energiesprong to Europe, the next three years aims to make net-zero energy suitable for apartment buildings across North West Europe.
The Swedish Transport Administration, Trafikverket, has announced the team set to construct the world’s ‘first electric road’.
London’s Deputy Mayor for the Environment will launch a report revealing London’s relentless rise up the green roof league table.