Building to net-zero standards by 2025 doesn’t have to cost a fortune and is likely to be offset by enhanced value, according to a new report by the UKGBC.
Actis Hybrid has enabled the Victorian vicarage which has been converted into flats for homeless people in Kent to achieve band B EPC rating.
Nearly £1.6bn of funding will directly support up to 5,000 jobs and tackle fuel poverty as part of plans to drive Scotland’s green recovery.
ENGIE has been appointed by Southwark Council to regenerate a former garage site in Peckham, into 23 new low carbon homes for social rent.
Carbon emissions produced by Bristol City Council have dropped by nearly 80% since 2005, putting their buildings and transport services on track for being a carbon-neutral organisation by 2025.
VolkerHighways has been awarded a £9m street lighting contract with Medway Council to install thousands of energy efficient lights across Medway.
The FLATLINE project aims to demonstrate a demand-side approach to energy management at a domestic level, has reached a major milestone as residents move into three pilot homes at The Mill site in Cardiff.
Pete Mills, technical operations manager for Bosch Commercial & Industrial, explains what to look out for when choosing a smart heating system control.
The Front End Engineering Design (FEED) phase has been finalised on the UK’s first waste plastic to hydrogen facility in Cheshire.
31 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions have been reduced globally in the last nine years as a result of UK intervention, according to new climate finance data published today (19 August).
Wales has launched a new £9.5m programme to reduce the carbon footprint of existing social housing, make energy bills more manageable and provide new job opportunities.
Britishvolt has appointed NG Bailey to build the UK’s first battery gigaplant, which will produce lithium-ion battery technology for the automotive and renewable energy sectors.
Amey has appointed Office Depot and Ethstat Ethical Stationery C.I.C., to provide sustainable office products and services across the business
Business secretary Alok Sharma has urged tradespeople to sign up to the government’s new Green Homes Grants scheme.