The Scottish Government has made an additional £5.5m available for renewables projects to contribute towards a green recovery following Covid-19.
GE Renewable Energy, COBOD and LafargeHolcim are set to join forces to co-develop wind turbines with optimised 3D printed concrete bases, reaching record heights up to 200 meters.
The Zero Carbon for Zero Cost service builds on Mitie’s own Plan Zero commitment to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2025, 15 years ahead of the UK Government’s target.
The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has appointed RSK Environment Ltd to prepare a Climate Impact Assessment for the institute.
Bilfinger has won two new contracts worth £350m to deliver the design, procurement, supplier management, fabrication and construction of pipework and equipment for the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station.
Protect Membrane's reflective membrane solution delivered thermal efficiency for a large new build social housing development in Gorton, Greater Manchester.
Kier Highways has been recertified for the Carbon Trust Standard for the third time, the Trust recognises organisations that follow best practice in measuring, managing and reducing their environmental impact.
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has marked a new phase of its Accelerator Cities project, which brings together local and combined authorities and stakeholders to drive action to 'upgrade our draughty, energy-hungry housing stock'.
This Friday (5 June) is World Environment Day and to celebrate the signatory window for the Pledge to Net Zero initiative has reopened.
Lockdown and a rise in remote working have encouraged debate around the sustainability of the office space as workers start to head back to work.
The 49,000-tonne base for the second reactor at Hinkley Point C has been completed on schedule, despite working with a reduced workforce.
The planning application to build Sizewell C, the new nuclear power station in Suffolk, has been submitted to the Planning Inspectorate.
Plans for the proposed J3 development north of the M54 reveal £40m worth of investment in making the new community net-zero carbon once completed.
As the pressure mounts on the construction industry to achieve zero-carbon buildings, Vincent Matthews, head of UK marketing at SFS, explores how the building envelope can help to reduce energy usage and enhance a building’s lifespan.