Ashden says UK Energy Strategy inadequate and misses the ‘3 Rs’: rapid transition away from fossil fuels, more renewables and major retrofits.
Heat Pump Association (HPA) receives £30M investment in British heat pump manufacturing from the UK Energy Security Strategy.
As CPD Partners, Actis will participate in LABC’s monthly roadshows and a series of one-off topic or sector-specific events over the coming year.
Anthony Maguire, director of Longevity Power, explores how the construction industry is utilising renewable energy to achieve a net zero carbon-built environment.
NBS has revealed its findings of its ‘Sustainable Futures’ report, which has shown that only a third of projects manage meet sustainable construction goals, despite a drive towards net zero carbon in the sector.
Lee Jones, head of manufacturing solutions at NBS, explains why it is essential to reduce the construction industry's carbon footprint, why speed is of the essence and how having the correct information available can help facilitate the process.
The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI) will be launching new industry-wide guidance on the net zero carbon definition and address frequently asked questions.
Jacobs has been selected by Empire Offshore Wind, a joint venture between Equinor and bp, to redevelop New York's South Brooklyn Marine Terminal (SBMT).
Despite a recent attempt at regulation falling by the wayside, the issue of embodied carbon in buildings has never been more prominent in construction. But as Mike Stevenson of NorDan UK explains, when you think longer-term about building specification, the carbon reduction takes care of itself.
The Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA) has announced the launch of a series of net zero accelerators to help the cement and concrete industries decarbonise in line with the GCCA’s 2050 net zero roadmap.
Oliver Baker, CEO at Ambion Heating, supports calls for a National Retrofit Strategy - particularly the UK's housing stock - as he believes electric heating systems play a crucial role in decarbonising buildings.
Borja Izaola, Project Manager from GBCe (Green Building Council España), tells us what we need to know about Europe's sustainable buildings.
Last year, representatives from 200+ countries gathered for COP26. Linda Wade, CEO, and Co-Founder of Spinview spoke to PBC Today about the value of visual intelligence technology, and how it can progress sustainability goals in 2022.
Chris Rason, managing director at Aggreko, outlines how the efficient use of decentralised energy solutions can help building contractors navigate the current energy crisis without falling foul of legislation.
West Fraser has announced a commitment to set science-based targets to achieve near-term GHG emissions reductions across all its operations located in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Europe.
Green Lighting (GL) has announced a supply partnership with Sunsynk to market "Grid Buddy" Inverters & Lithium battery storage solutions.
As the UK government is set to scrap the OLEV Grant, electric vehicle owners are being urged to apply for the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme before March 31.
Rishi Sunak Chancellor of the Exchequer has delivered the Spring Budget 2022, announcing a new tax plan to ease the rising cost of living. Here construction industry professionals share their thoughts on the biggest cut to personal taxes in a quarter of a century.
The UKGBC and 28 business leaders have urged the government to prioritise support for domestic energy efficiency and low carbon heat.
The British Property Federation (BPF) has announced that it is developing plans for a Net Zero Pledge that will unite its members decarbonising the built environment and achieving net zero by 2050.
Concrete has shaped much of our built environment, however, it accounts for about 8% of the world's carbon emissions. PBC Today spoke to Brandon Hess, UK country manager at Volumech, about how volumetric mixers can make the concrete industry more sustainable.
Gail Scholes, head of local authority, considers the ‘social anxiety’ of retrofitting homes, how this will affect the most vulnerable and how we can overcome these issues.
The Mineral Products Association (MPA) urges chancellor to delay removal of red diesel rebate and act on infrastructure delivery and energy costs in spring statement.
David McEwan, UK consultancy director, at IES, explores why the building energy performance gap exists and how we can go about closing it.
Mike Foster, The Chief Executive of the EUA, has today called upon the Prime Minister to stop buying Russian natural gas and convert the supply to hydrogen.
Construction climate change resistance could have a devastating impact across the world. Paul Deakin, director of Rund, explores how the industry can achieve a net zero carbon built environment by decarbonising existing buildings.