The Scottish Low Carbon Heat Funding Invitation has made £30m available to businesses and organisations for innovative solutions to heat buildings.
Building on the momentum of the Global Climate Strike, the UKGBC has launched the Climate Commitment Platform.
A new specification championing a holistic approach to retrofitting is an important step in the battle to improve the thermal efficiency of Britain’s aged housing stock.
The innovative green wall, one of the largest outside of London, will stretch across the outside of the upper floor of St Johns Shopping Centre, visible from the pedestrianised areas around it and from Queens Square Bus Station.
Property services business Liberty has secured three new gas servicing contracts worth £14m in London, Wales and the Midlands.
Architects, developers and surveyors will be given a chance to learn about the latest developments in the thermal, acoustic and HVAC sectors at a conference.
Nicola Sturgeon’s Programme for Government lacks the ambition, scale and courage required to tackle inequality and the climate emergency, the Scottish Green Party has said.
Professor Will Swan and Dr Richard Fitton discuss the University of Salford’s Energy House 2.0, a state-of-the-art research facility that will test new technology to help speed up the development of better, more reliable products for the built environment.
Spanish renewable energy firm, Acciona is to construct and operate a waste-to-energy plant in Aberdeen, titled the Ness Energy Project.
Simon Storer looks at the thermal efficiency and positive benefits of polyisocyunurate (PIR) and PU insulation and how this essential product can help the UK’s housing stock adapt to the impacts of a changing climate.
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Secondary glazing can significantly boost thermal efficiency in listed buildings.
The value of US market for packaged air conditioning solutions rose by more than 14% in 2018 to reach $20.4bn, confirmed by BSRIA’s new study.
Architecture and building services need to operate as integrated systems if cost-effective, low-carbon buildings are to be realised. Richard Tibenham of Greenlite Energy Assessors looks into how this can be achieved.