High-performance Max Fordham House has been completed to the highest energy saving standards with structural OSB panel, SMARTPLY PROPASSIV.
Cemex has launched the UK’s first ready-mixed concrete that is a CarbonNeutral® product, part of the Vertua® low carbon concrete range, which includes the option to offset residual CO2 and provide a CarbonNeutral product.
Costain has launched a climate action plan to deliver low carbon solutions to every client by 2023 and to be net-zero by 2035.
Vital Energi has secured a major contract to deliver a new energy from waste facility near Burton Upon Trent which will add 18MWe of green energy to the grid.
Mitie has launched its new ‘Plan Zero’ commitment, aiming to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2025, 25 years ahead of the UK government’s 2050 target.
Sir Robert McAlpine have launched a new sustainability strategy for 2020-2024, setting a clear path to achieving net-zero carbon emissions, with social value delivered over its operations.
Procurement specialist Fusion21 has revealed the 68 successful suppliers for its £250m national Energy Efficiency Framework.
A revolutionary low carbon smart energy grid called GreenSCIES has been launched in the UK to transform lives, homes and businesses into sustainable energy districts.
A groundbreaking project to retrofit energy measures in existing properties to create net-zero energy homes is being piloted in Exeter.
Midlothian Council, which has declared a Climate Emergency, has appointed Vattenfall as the preferred bidder for its energy partnership.
The proposed changes to Part L and Part F building regulations do not go far enough, as the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) urges Government to embed embodied carbon targets.
Retrofitting existing buildings to make them more energy efficient is critical if the UK is to hit 2050 net-zero carbon targets, new research from WSP has revealed.
With the key issue being heat retention, Selectaglaze has recently upheld tradition at the Blue Mill while improving thermal performance throughout the Grade II* listed hall.
A system which uses artificial intelligence to determine the energy and cost efficiency of commercial buildings is being developed by the University of West of England (UWE Bristol), engineering firm TerOpta and Costain.