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Local authorities should improve energy efficiency to tackle rising energy costs
Local authorities must look at how they can make their buildings more energy-efficient to drive down costs, stretch budgets further, and make wiser investments.
Transitions to efficient LED lighting can mitigate the energy crisis
Accelerating the transition to energy-efficient connected LED lighting could help households and businesses mitigate the energy crisis.
Energy efficiency must be prioritised first in heating
Carsten Østergård Pedersen, Rune Kaagaard Sørensen and Asbjørn Bjerregaard Ebbesen from Grundfos Holding A/S argue that energy efficiency should be prioritised first in heating
Nearly one third of UK households will struggle with energy bills
With fuel prices in the UK set to rise on April 1, 2022, new economic projections find that nearly one third of households will struggle pay energy bills.
The impact of cooking and cleaning on health
Professor of Indoor Air Chemistry examines exposure to indoor and outdoor pollution, through the impacts of cooking and cleaning on indoor air quality
The impact of green heating in a clean, liveable city
Kristoffer Böttzauw, Director General, Danish Energy Agency, explores the impact of green heating in a clean, liveable city If you take a stroll in the streets of Copenhagen, Denmark, you can see the obvious architectural changes that have come with the investments of the last decades to a more cosmopolitan,...
The flexible district heating – sector coupling
Here, Grundfos Holding A/S tell us how district heating can effectively contribute to the green energy transition through sector coupling.
How lighting-as-a-service can transform patient care and free up £3bn in resources
Harvey Sinclair, CEO, eEnergy, discusses how adopting a lighting-as-a-service model can transform the NHS’ patient care, front line worker well-being and free up £3 billion in resources.
Europeans consider climate change as the single most serious problem facing the world
A recent Eurobarometer survey has found that European citizens believe that climate change is the single most serious problem facing the world.
Energy saving products towards ‘net zero’
Adrian Polak, Product Manager at Endo Enterprises, showcases their multi-award-winning innovative energy saving products EndoTherm and EndoCool - Jump-start your race to ‘net zero’ with HVAC’s best kept secret weapon.
District heating digitalisation contributes to reaching 2030 EU climate targets
Sten Linnell, Digital Product Owner at Grundfos Holding A/S, explains how using data can simultaneously save the district heating sector money and reduce CO2 emissions.
Spearheading energy efficiency in the UK
Here, Open Access Government Editor Jonathan Miles, examines the priorities of Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng when it comes to spearheading energy efficiency for homes, transport and electrical products.
Intelligent software: Key to unlocking value for CHP plants
Wayne Davies, Energy Markets Programme Manager at Enel X UK, argues that intelligent software is key to unlocking value for CHP plants.
Clean energy technology demand will quadruple need for critical minerals
Supplies of critical minerals essential for key clean energy technologies like electric vehicles and wind turbines, will need to increase significantly over the coming decades to meet the world’s climate goals.
How the pull of green steel can make green hydrogen competitive
Jacob Ruiter, CEO for EIT InnoEnergy Benelux, discusses how changing the way the business case for green hydrogen is considered has been vital for building momentum in Europe’s green hydrogen value chain.
What’s the ‘next normal’ for our building technology?
Siemens provides a perspective on being smarter, safer and more connected when it comes to what’s the ‘next normal’ for our building technology, including comment on energy consumption.
Building ‘smart’ to reduce energy & carbon
Oliver Iltisberger, Division President, ABB Smart Buildings, explains why building ‘smart’ is key to reducing energy consumption and carbon.
Social housing: Why risk focus is key to delivery
Following publication of the Social Housing and Planning White Papers, Mark Alcock, principal risk manager at, Equib, offers Registered Providers his expert advise as they plan for a post-pandemic future.
EU climate policy on fluorinated greenhouse gases
General Director for Climate Action at the European Commission, Mauro Petriccione explains how the EU climate policy on fluorinated greenhouse gases is working and what its future holds.
The carbon cost of remote working
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.