Oliver Iltisberger, Division President, ABB Smart Buildings, explains why building ‘smart’ is key to reducing energy consumption and carbon.
The internet is awash with articles about saving energy, but here, Julian Grant, General Manager of Chauvin Arnoux UK, puts forward some ideas that are rather less well known, but which can nevertheless deliver the biggest savings.
Here, we learn how Grundfos Holding A/S can effectively integrate renewable energy sources in district heating by integrating heat pumps in a decentralised way.
The use of nano-engineered crystals instead of metallic particles in fuels could could open the door to the next generation of transportation fuels.
Pete Mills explains why CHPs are being left behind in the move to decarbonise industrial-sized heating.
Auriga Services Ltd collected data from 500 people through a Google Survey and found that energy poverty has increased during lockdown.
Tony Fergusson, Director of Transformation Strategy at Zscaler, discusses the need to examine the carbon emissions of new technologies that organisations are using to enable remote working.
Neil Gordon, Chief Executive of Subsea UK, charts the move towards energy transition, green energy and the ultimate goal of net-zero, including comment on the burgeoning Asia-Pacific market.
Ahead of a new report, the Association for Decentralised Energy’s Chief Strategic Advisor Joanne Wade, examines the role of the public sector in leading the energy transition to net-zero.
Maiko Shimmura, from the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), details Japan’s efforts toward increasing the use of hydrogen energy.
Professor Neophytos Neophytou sheds some light on nanostructures and explains how the Horizon 2020 NANOthermMA project could eventually enable a strong boost in thermoelectric technology.
James Sopwith, Group Strategic Account Director at adi Group, discusses the manufacturing industry’s focus on sustainability and details the advantages of Combined Heat and Power (CHP).
Two major oil companies, bp and Total, are among the six new offshore wind projects that will build renewable energy stations in the waters surrounding the UK.
The UK government estimates that tidal power could meet around 20% of our electricity demands, an amount which could change the dynamics of energy in this country.
Professor Anthony J. Evans from ESCP Business School discusses why nuclear energy is a potentially safer and cheaper alternative to fossil fuel.
Rich Price, Managing Director, Tickd, explores why the energy market is broken for small business customers, leading many to switch less than they should, and how to rebuild it.
Renewable energy sources are the environmentally ideal way to proceed, which includes massive lithium batteries that can be recharged - scientists are now looking to solve the scarcity problem of using lithium as a base.
Kadri Simson, EU Energy Commissioner, discusses why the EU has placed energy and the heart of its decarbonisation efforts.
Hydrogen is a known game-changer for the future of renewable, clean energy - but is the concept of energy independence part of the reason why some revolutionary inventions are being suppressed?
The European Commission’s energy policy ambitions are charted here by Open Access Government, including developments in clean energy, renewables, hydrogen and ocean energy.