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Dr Jon Hiscock, CEO of Fundamentals Limited, explores the challenges of keeping the power on in the race to low carbon electricity.
The Heat Networks Investment Project (HNIP) has awarded £24m of funding to Energetik to support two major extensions of its community heat networks across Enfield, London.
Leeds City Council is set to invest £100m on measures to improve the energy efficiency of council housing by 2050.
Abri, who will be working with Change Real Estate, has acquired land at The Old Brewery in Southville to build 107 affordable homes and seven commercial units.
Willmott Dixon has secured a £63m contract to deliver a new build-to-rent (BtR) scheme in Bristol which will see the creation of 297 new apartments.
Planning permission has been granted to deliver a new energy centre to heat homes and businesses in the London Borough of Enfield.
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.
A new district energy centre has been launched by ENGIE UK, in partnership with Newcastle City Council, boosting Newcastle’s commitment to tackling climate change.
Paul Steen, Energy specialist at Ramboll, shares his thoughts on the recent report from the Committee on Climate Change that suggests new homes should be banned from connecting to the gas grid.
Engineers developing the HS2 hub at Old Oak Common in North West London are proposing plans to tap heat from trains to heat up to 500 new homes.
Bristol City Council has agreed its first ever commercial connection to the Bristol Heat Network, which will provide low carbon heat to 375 new homes.
The £250m Queen’s Quay regeneration project in Clydebank is set to be the site of one of the UK’s most exciting energy projects, creating Scotland’s first of its kind large-scale water source heat pump scheme.
ENGIE has entered into a pioneering Joint Venture with Newcastle City Council (NCC) to develop and operate district energy schemes within the city over a 40-year term.
As part of the ongoing regeneration of the Craigmillar area in Edinburgh, a new housing development comprising 75 affordable homes is preparing for the installation of a district heating network
Plans to use water from the River Clyde to heat homes and businesses have taken a step forward after the local authority agreed to secure funding for the scheme