UK renewable energy capacity

UK renewable energy capacity surpasses fossil fuels for first time

The capacity of renewable energy has overtaken that of fossil fuels in the UK for the first time, in a milestone that experts said would have been unthinkable a few years ago. MORE

carbon offsets

PwC pledges to offset air travel emissions and source 100% renewable electricity

Professional services giant PwC has this week pledged to source 100% renewable electricity for its global operations and to offset all emissions accounted for by flights taken by employees for business purposes. MORE

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BEIS signals policy shift on export tariff

Energy and clean growth minister Claire Perry has signalled a shift in policy when it comes to the closure of the Feed-in Tariff. MORE

District heat networks

District heat networks could reduce cost of UK’s low-carbon transition by £3bn

The installation of district heat networks could reduce the capital cost of the UK's heat networks by up to 40%, new research from the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has concluded. MORE

edible insect range

Nice game of Cricket anybody? Sainsbury’s becomes first UK supermarket to launch edible insect range

Supermarket giant Sainsbury's has today (19 November) unveiled plans to stock a range of edible insects in its stores, as customer demand for sustainable protein sources grows. MORE

UK energy revolution

UK energy revolution creating a ‘two-tier’ economy

The UK's transition to a low-carbon economy is masking stark regional divides, according to new research, with regions such as the North of England and East Midlands being left behind. MORE


Asda commits to new zero-deforestation soy policy

Supermarket giant Asda has this week made a fresh sustainability pledge to ensure that the soy it sources for agricultural raw materials and animal feed is "net-zero deforestation" verified by 2020. MORE

energy storage

UK’s energy storage revolution happening faster than expected, study finds

Planning permission applications to install energy storage facilities in the UK have quadrupled since 2016, with a massive increase in capacity expected in the next few years. MORE

World carbon budget warning

World has no capacity to absorb new fossil fuel plants, warns IEA

The world has so many existing fossil fuel projects that it cannot afford to build any more polluting infrastructure without busting international climate change goals, the global energy watchdog has warned. MORE

smart street lights

Leeds approves £30 million investment in smart street lights

Leeds council has approved a £30 million investment in new smart street lights with most of the cash – just over £25 million – used to convert 86,000 lights across the city to LED lamps MORE

Energy innovation

How can business harness energy innovation?

With companies increasingly moving past energy efficiency measures and exploring innovative energy technologies such as battery storage, a group of business experts recently met in Birmingham to discuss what the future of energy looks like for the UK's business community. MORE

Global warming

BEIS Committee: Ban new petrol and diesel cars by 2032, not 2040

MPs sitting on the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee have urged the Government to bring its 2040 ban for new petrol and diesel car sales forward to 2032 - in light of the recent findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). MORE

low-carbon heat technologies

Government launches £320m scheme to help decarbonise UK’s heat networks

The Government has launched a £320m scheme to help accelerate the adoption of low-carbon heat technologies across the UK's public, private and domestic sectors. MORE

Large-scale rooftop solar systems for Amazon

Amazon pledges to install 20MW solar systems across UK fulfilment centres

Large-scale rooftop solar systems for Amazon. MORE

electric passenger plane

Heathrow to waive landing fees for world’s first electric aircraft

The move will see the first airline that develops the innovative aircraft avoid around £1m in landing fees. MORE

carbon price

Sir David King: Urgent focus needed on climate ‘restoration’

Sir David King, who was the Government’s Special Representative for Climate Change from September 2013 until March 2017, warned that “time is no longer on our side”. MORE

wind generation

Scottish Power shifts to 100% wind generation after £700m Drax sale

Scottish Power has ditched fossil fuels for electricity generation and switched to 100% wind power, by selling off its last remaining gas power stations to Drax for more than £700m. MORE

single-use plastics

BEIS announces green buildings drive and single-use plastics crackdown

Bakery giant Hovis has introduced its first all-electric vehicles into its UK delivery fleet in a bid to reduce air pollution in urban areas. MORE

electric trucks

Hovis incorporates first all-electric trucks into delivery fleet

Bakery giant Hovis has introduced its first all-electric vehicles into its UK delivery fleet in a bid to reduce air pollution in urban areas. MORE

fibre-based packaging

Waitrose trials bio-based alternative to black plastic

The firm, which operates more than 350 stores across the UK, will replace the black plastic trays currently used for three of its Italian ready meal products MORE

Energy brokers

Small and microbusinesses continue to pay more for energy, Ofgem finds

Energy brokers are said to be an important way of helping small and microbusinesses to shop around and switch MORE

Reusing and recycling batteries

Sustainability ‘must be embedded in battery design’

Design features making batteries easier to reuse and recycle are key to ensuring strong energy system performance without damaging the environment. MORE

Solar power

Solar power ‘will help Europe avoid blackouts’

Sun Investment Group says photovoltaic panels can prove highly effective in covering gaps in supply MORE

ESOS fines

Environment Agency issues ESOS fines to eBay and Gumtree

eBay and Gumtree were both issued with ESOS fines MORE

carbon emissions

Heathrow Airport digs deep for peat restoration carbon savings

Its first project will involve pumping water and introducing plants to Little Woolden Moss near Manchester MORE

Green GB Week

Green GB Week: Government’s week of clean growth begins

The Government's landmark Green GB Week, designed to raise awareness of the benefits of clean growth, starts today (15 October). MORE

global warming

Landmark UN climate report urges ‘rapid and unprecedented’ action to limit global warming

That’s according to a new report from the RE100 initiative MORE

Commercial Solar PV

Green businesses ‘boast best performance and profits’

That’s according to a new report from the RE100 initiative MORE

energy efficient cooling technology

Asda takes the racing line with Formula-1 cooling technology

Asda is to install energy efficient cooling technology inspired by Formula-1 racing cars in its fridges. MORE

Distributed energy technologies

Are microgrids the future for utilities?

The UK’s industrial sector could save £1.08 billion on their annual energy spend by adopting distributed energy technologies. MORE

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Going green: How hotels can embrace eco-friendly principles

With 65% of travellers looking to stay in an eco-friendly friendly hotel in 2017, consumers’ choices are becoming driven more and more by an increased environmental conscience. MORE

circular economy

The European Environmental Bureau is pursuing a circular economy

It is estimated that it takes the Earth 18 months to replenish the resources that are used and consumed each year. MORE

artificial intelligence (AI)

Ferry giant smartens up with artificial intelligence tech

Scandinavian firm Stena Line aims to slash emissions with the futuristic software MORE

ondon aims for world's greenest city

Leading businesses team up with London Mayor to go green

A group of 11 leading businesses have joined forces with the Mayor of London to make the capital the world’s greenest city. MORE

most competitive energy source

Solar to become Europe’s most competitive energy source by 2020

That’s the verdict from Sun Investment Group, which suggests the elimination of the Minimum Import Price (MIP) allowing solar modules to become up to 30% cheaper. MORE

Aston Martin Electric Vehicle

Aston Martin invests £50m to make Welsh plant the ‘home of electrification’

Production of the Aston Martin Electric Vehicle, the Rapid E car, its first all-electric model, is expected to commence in 2019. MORE

Go Electric Taxi

Coventry incentivises black cab drivers to switch to electric taxis

It is offering £2,500 for the first electric taxi order, extended test drives and free electric charging during the trial MORE

O-Wind device

Spinning turbine catches prestigious innovation award

The O-Wind device, an innovative spinning wind turbine has won a James Dyson award for its clever design. MORE

halogen lightbulb

EU lightbulb law change could create huge savings

The EU has banned retailers from replacing halogen lightbulb stock due to their high energy use in favour of LED compact fluorescent bulbs, in a move to that will also reduce carbon emissions. MORE

emissions cheat devices

National crackdown on lorry emissions cheats starts in Britain

Vehicles with the cheat devices could produce up to 20 times more dangerous emissions MORE

smart grid

Northern Powergrid starts next stage of smart grid upgrades

Northern Powergrid has started the next stage of smart grid work to modernise and future-proof more than 860 of its substation controllers. The electrical distribution company is upgrading infrastructure across the north of England as part of preparations to enable the widespread implementation of smart grid solutions and applications through the network. This includes upgrading equipment to prepare […] MORE

ship energy storage system

Rolls-Royce full sail ahead with energy storage for ships

Ship energy storage system introduced by Rolls-Royce MORE

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City of London introduces emissions-based car parking charges

The new tariffs, aimed at tacking air pollution in the Square Mile, will come into effect from 20th August 2018. MORE

onsite generation

Majority of businesses ‘don’t have formalised energy strategy in place’

Around 77% of firms believe a quarter of energy needs will come from onsite generation by 2025, yet around 71% of businesses in the UK & Ireland don’t have a formalised energy strategy in place. That’s according to a new study by Centrica Business Solutions, the company also found far less firms have specific targets […] MORE

Businesses offered £20m for sustainable agriculture

Businesses offered £20m for sustainable agriculture technologies (competition)

Businesses offered £20m for sustainable agriculture. Businesses in the UK are being invited to apply and compete for a share of up to £20 million for technologies that can help boost efficiency and sustainability in the agricultural industry. The transforming food production challenge is part of a wider £90 million government investment to make it easier for farmers and […] MORE

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‘New For Old’ Offer on Biomass from 1st October 2018 – and keep your existing RHI tariff! 

On 29 May 2018 the UK Government gave its long-awaited response in respect of non-domestic RHI on replacement biomass plant. Thankfully, the answer was ‘yes’.  Starting 1 October 2018, you will be able to continue to claim non-domestic RHI if you replace your biomass boiler ‘like-for-like’. Like-for-like refers to technology type and capacity. So, you can […] MORE

electric bus

BYD win tender for electric buses

The electric bus market in China is booming and manufacturer BYD are repeating their success across the globe, with wins in Oslo, Turin, the U.S. state of Georgia and Atlanta city and a big fleet in Washington State, Israel, and South Africa (CapeTown). BYD also happen to make high quality Solar PV panels, which we […] MORE

popular FiT is ending

Government to end Feed-in Tariff scheme

When the Government twice reduced the Solar PV tariff rate (Feed-in-Tariff, or FiT), the demand for equipment rapidly outstripped supply and many companies missed out – now, the popular FiT is ending, demand for equipment and installation is rising very rapidly. And with some of our clients benefiting from £45,000 per annum income for the next twenty years (£900,000 total income), […] MORE

Electric Vehicles

Northern Powergrid rolls towards clean transport future with EV investment

More evidence that Electric Vehicles (EVs) are making inroads into the fleet vehicle market. And remember, IU Energy is your local commercial OLEV approved Electric Vehicle Charging Point installer. Northern Powergrid is adding new electric vehicles to its fleet and deploying charging infrastructure at its offices around the country. In a bid to encourage the […] MORE

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Go Green: Hotels, Trends and Sustainability

Eco-consciousness is on the rise in the hospitality industry, with hotels going green. Guests are looking for sustainable and authentic experiences with luxury hotels going green as millennials demand sustainable travel options. With trends continuing to change every year, WorldHotels has gathered the latest trends in sustainable travel. This year, we will see more eco-friendly […] MORE

new liquid battery

New battery technology ‘could recharge Electric Vehicles in seconds, not hours’

It is claimed that a new liquid battery could mean electric vehicles can be charged in seconds rather than hours. Research Scientists say it works by simply pumping ‘charged up’ liquid in to a vehicle and removing old battery liquid to be recharged. Chemists from the University of Glasgow claim to have developed a new liquid battery […] MORE

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Property investors (not just landlords) may be caught out by new energy rule

People who invest in property via a pension, for example in a SIPP, could see their returns severely dented as a result of a new energy rule. The new energy rule – Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES), which came into effect in England and Wales in April, requires all buildings within its scope (listed buildings, for example, […] MORE


Europe’s urban air pollution ‘as unhealthy as smoking’

If you weren’t convinced of the need for electric vehicles, here’s yet more evidence of the problems with internal combustion engines. Spending a long weekend in Istanbul or Prague could have the same health impacts as smoking up to four cigarettes. That’s according to clean air campaign group Transport & Environment (T&E), which says pollution […] MORE

hydrogen fuel

Hydrogen trains on track for low carbon freight sector

Hydrogen fuel could prove a highly effective low carbon fuel technology for powering trains. That’s according to Polish coal mining company JSW and PKP Cargo, a national rail freight operator, which are working together to research, analyse and potentially produce new types of shunting locomotives and freight wagons powered by hydrogen fuel. The main goal is […] MORE

Porsche Taycan

Porsche’s first electric car to shoot out of the showroom in 2019

The 600bhp battery-powered Porsche Taycan will be able to accelerate to 62mph in under 3.5 seconds. Porsche has announced it is to launch its first electric car in 2019. It claims the 600bhp battery-powered Porsche Taycan will be able to accelerate to 62mph in under 3.5 seconds and drive for 310 miles between charges, all while producing […] MORE

Low Carbon Workspaces grant

Manufacturing firm’s new technology lowers energy costs

A Black Country business has purchased a new energy saving air compressor thanks to a £5,000 Low Carbon Workspaces grant, bringing estimated electricity savings of £8,600 a year. Midtherm Laser’s old Alup Largo compressor was reaching the end of its life cycle, so the decision was made to invest in a modern, state of the […] MORE

UK climate strategy

Government sets out updated UK climate strategy

The government has unveiled its second National Adaptation Programme, setting out an ambitious strategy for dealing with the effects of a changing climate in an updated UK climate strategy. It follows the Climate Change Risk Assessment published in January 2017 and studies the risks affecting communities across England, as well as how they are being addressed. It […] MORE

climate-positive city

Liverpool to use blockchain technology to become world’s first climate-positive city

Liverpool City Council has announced a new partnership with a blockchain platform company to offset more than 110% of its carbon emissions, with the city announcing its bid to become the world’s first climate positive city by the end of 2020. Liverpool City Council (LCC) will conduct a year-long trial with the Poseidon Foundation to […] MORE

electric and hybrid planes

UK announces £343m lift-off for electric and hybrid planes

Around £68m of funding will support small and medium-sized businesses for research and development opportunities for electric and hybrid planes. The UK Government has announced £343 million of funding to ensure the UK is at the forefront of a new era of “cleaner and greener” flights. Around £255 million, supported by the Aerospace Technology Institute […] MORE

Hydrogen power

Hydrogen ‘could power Britain’s transition to a low carbon economy’

Hydrogen power could enable Britain’s transition to a low carbon economy. That’s according to Labour MP for Redcar, Anna Turley, who has set up the All Party Parliamentary Group on Hydrogen to lobby for energy projects using the low carbon gas. She believes hydrogen produced in Teesside as a by-product from industrial processes could be used to heat […] MORE

renewable energy

UK rail freight company on track to be powered by 100% renewable energy

A rail freight company in the UK has announced all its sites and offices will be powered by 100% renewable energy (electricity). DB Cargo UK has signed a three-year agreement with SSE Business Energy, which will supply its sites with renewable energy – estimated to help reduce 5,000 tonnes of carbon emissions a year. That’s equivalent to powering almost 4,000 […] MORE

carbon tax

‘Economy-wide carbon tax would slash emissions’

An economy-wide carbon tax paid by companies that sell fossil fuels in the UK would help slash emissions. That’s according to a new report from Policy Exchange, which suggests such a move would level the playing field for Britain’s heavy industry, fund a dividend to be paid to taxpayers and tackle climate change. The group says the UK […] MORE

Sustainable Restaurant Association

Bartlett Mitchell achieves record sustainability scores

Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA). Bartlett Mitchell, one of the UK’s leading independent caterers has retained its three-star SRA – achieving record scores for the business​ in several key areas. The company, which was the first caterer to achieve three-star success in 2014, was especially commended for its commitment to preserving and valuing natural resources, support […] MORE

NHS could save 130m a year

Upgrading outdated energy tech ‘could heal NHS spend by £260m a year’

NHS could save £130m a year by adopting distributed energy solutions. If just half of NHS trusts adopted distributed energy solutions, they are expected to save at least this amount a year. That’s according to new research, which states the NHS trusts spend around £500 million a year on energy but could reduce those costs […] MORE

Vegan tariff launched

Ecotricity launches ‘world’s first vegan electricity’ tariff

First vegan tariff launched by Ecotricity and the supplier says vegan or vegetarian customers are unaware a portion of their energy is provided using waste meat and dairy products. The green energy supplier said customers who are vegan or vegetarian are unaware a portion of the gas and electricity they use are provided using waste […] MORE

Bristol Airport aims higher in bid to cut its carbon emissions

Bristol Airport aims higher in bid to cut its carbon emissions after gaining accreditation

Bristol Airport aims higher in bid to cut its carbon emissions. Bristol Airport’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint have been recognised with accreditation in a global industry programme. The airport, which last year handled 8.1m passengers and is one of the UK’s fastest growing, has been awarded the second of four levels in the Airport Carbon […] MORE

South West energy lawyer awarded MBE

MBE for South West energy lawyer’s dedication to community energy

South West energy lawyer awarded MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. Sonya Bedford a partner and head of energy at Stephens Scown LLP has received the honour for her services to community energy. At Stephens Scown Sonya has built up one of the strongest energy teams in the South West. She has been involved […] MORE

UKPN installs virtual power station on Londoners’ rooftops

UKPN installs ‘virtual power station’ on Londoners’ rooftops

UK Power Networks (UKPN) has announced it will create a virtual power station in London, entirely made up of solar panels on residents’ rooftops. The distribution network operator, which delivers electricity to more than eight million homes and businesses across London, the South East and East of England, claims it will be the first ever project of its […] MORE

energy inefficient ministry offices

Energy ministry’s London offices are ruled energy inefficient

  The government department that runs energy policy has offices in highly energy inefficient buildings, BBC Freedom of Information requests show. Four of the eleven offices leased by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) received the lowest G rating. The energy display ratings are used to measure the energy performance of public […] MORE

electric cabbies

Uber announces cash incentives for electric cabbies in the US

  A very smart move towards electric cabbies from Uber. The ride-sharing and taxi app said it aims to cut the number of vehicles on the road and reduce transportation’s climate footprint. No mention of whether they’ll do it in the UK, but we wouldn’t be surprised… Uber has announced cash incentives for its drivers […] MORE

What's the easy way get a 5% increase to your bottom line

What’s the easy way get a 5% increase to your bottom line, without a 20% sales increase?

  So what’s the easy way get a 5% increase to your bottom line? Any business can reduce their energy spend and improve their bottom line. Here’s a great example from The Carbon Trust. Elite Plastics Ltd saw the potential to reduce their annual energy spend by more than £60,000. Elite Plastics Ltd will reduce […] MORE

DS Virgin Racing Formula E team

DS Virgin Racing Formula E team set to become carbon neutral

The Carbon Trust has partnered with DS Virgin Racing E team to help them take the necessary steps to make their core operations carbon neutral. This commitment will also be complemented with a carbon reduction strategy to reduce the team’s impact over time. DS Virgin Racing Formula E team recently launched its Race Against Climate Change programme, in […] MORE

EV charge points

BP Buys UK’s Leading EV Charging Company

EV charge points – BP set to electrify the UK with the acquisition of Chargemaster. BP has entered into an agreement to buy Chargemaster– the operator of the UK’s largest electric vehicle (EV) charging network and the leading supplier of EV charging infrastructure The acquisition is an important step to scaling up and deploying fast and […] MORE

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Lighting Upgrade Helps Reduce Dublin Airport’s Car Park Energy Consumption By 80%.

Dublin Airport has achieved an 80% saving in car park energy consumption thanks to an upgrade to the lighting and control systems used in one of the short-term and some of the long-term surface car parks. Previously car park lighting accounted for 45% of the airport’s car park energy consumption. The new system will reduce […] MORE

Woman standing alongside a 'grab and go' fridge in a shop

Adande Reduces Cold Air Spillage for Grab-and-Go Operators

Adande reduces cold air spillage for grab-and-go operators. Adande Refrigeration has just launched a new refrigerated, open front grab-and-go cabinet using Aircell technology. The ‘Sarma’ integral multi deck incorporates unique and patented Aircell technology, which significantly reduces cold air spillage from the cabinet. It is particularly suited to harsh environments, such as stores with cross […] MORE

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The Body Shop Is Exploring ‘Back-Up Plans’ To Help Reach Energy Targets

That is according to the retailer’s international director of corporate responsibility and campaigns, Christopher Davis, who admitted that “not everything has gone to plan” as the brand strives to deliver on its Enrich Not Exploit sustainability goal of becoming the “world’s most ethical and sustainable business”. The Body Shop’s latest sustainability report, released last week, revealed that strong progress to […] MORE


Farmer Champions Energy Efficiency To Transform Business

A great example of farming energy saving measures. A YouGov survey commissioned by ScottishPower has found that only one in ten businesses have reduced their energy consumption in the past year, and that 60% of small business owners don’t regard energy efficiency as a priority, potentially missing out on vital savings. As part of an […] MORE

Office Energy Efficiency.

Energy Saving Opportunities For Office Based Companies

Office Energy Efficiency. Energy is one of the largest controllable overheads in office buildings which means there are many opportunities to make savings. Reducing energy consumption and improving office energy efficiency not only saves money but improves working conditions which can increase staff productivity. Furthermore, the environment will benefit from reductions in energy use and […] MORE


UK businesses could save £1.3bn per year by investing in energy efficiency measures

That’s the opinion of energy management experts on energy efficiency measures from some of the world’s biggest manufacturers who recently came together for an exclusive roundtable hosted by edie and Centrica Business Solutions to explore some of the biggest challenges and opportunities when it comes to building energy efficiency. With many large corporates claiming to […] MORE


How to mitigate rising energy costs across the produce supply chain.

Very interesting Q&A article with nPower, published by ‘Produce Business UK’ and aimed at the fresh produce industry, but relevant for all of us. ‘Energy costs in the UK are forecast to rise by 15-20 per cent by 2021, meaning unless fresh produce businesses manage their energy spend effectively, the burden of this additional cost […] MORE


May Vows to Halve Energy Usage in New Buildings

Mrs May described the goal of the mission was to use “new technologies and modern construction practices” to “at least” halve the energy usage of new buildings by 2030. This announcement comes just months after the UK Treasury quietly released a document late last year which signalled the end of the UK’s popular renewable energy […] MORE


Gravitricity Technology Turns Mine Shafts into Low Cost Power Storage Systems

How’s this for a clever energy storage idea, especially in places as heavily mined as Cornwall and parts of Devon? A report by independent analysts at Imperial College London has found that Scotland-based Gravitricity’s gravity-fed energy storage system may offer a better long-term cost of energy storage than batteries or other alternatives – particularly in […] MORE


Don’t be fooled by new electricity penalty charges

Businesses are being warned not to get caught out by a new excess penalty charge for electricity usage which were introduced on 1 April 2018. The new charge, called DCP 161, is applied to all organisations which have a Half Hour (HH) electricity supply and are exceeding their agreed consumption rates. It poses a dual […] MORE


Official! IU Energy named as best in the South West

South West-based Energy consultancy IU Energy has been named as ‘Regional Consultancy of the Year’ at a major awards ceremony in London last night. The company were singled out by a prestigious judging panel at the TELCA Awards 2017 – Energy Live News’ annual celebration of excellence in energy consultancy. The panel, which included senior […] MORE


Don’t dive into water deregulation too quickly

From 1 April 2017 businesses in England will, for the first time, be able to shop around for their water supplier. Over 1.2 million eligible businesses and other ‘non-household’ customers such as public sector bodies and charities in England will be able to choose their water supplier soon. “Finally some choice!” will be the cry […] MORE


Commercial Properties: Meet Energy Standards, Or Get Fined, Says UK Gov

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Cut Your Business Water Costs

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Announcement: Merger Deal Creates New Integrated Power

"This deal will further differentiate us in a noisy energy market..." MORE


IU Energy Deliver Impressive 4000th Biomass Boiler Install

Innasol and IU Energy, together as part of successful a partner network, celebrate their 4000th biomass boiler installation, just as heating season goes into full swing! Innasol is the sole UK distributor of ETA biomass boilers, which is regarded as one of the most trusted premium technology brands in the market – one of many […] MORE


Water deregulation is coming

Water deregulation is on its way. Next year, all businesses in England will be able to move away from regional monopolies and have the power to choose who supplies their water, waste water and drainage services. The new powers, which already exist in Scotland and has so far produced £35 million in water efficiency savings, […] MORE


Missed the ESOS deadline?

If you haven’t complied with ESOS yet, the chances are you have either received a call from the Environment Agency or you are on their list. They want to know if you are in the process of completing your ESOS assessment and when you expect to be compliant.  Failure to do so could result in a […] MORE

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The Santander Breakthrough Event: 23-27 May 2016

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DECC guide to implementing ESOS

Read our summary of the 62 page guide here. MORE

Enhanced Capital Allowance

Understanding Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA)

Read our helpful guide here. MORE


Being Green – It’s not all about Renewables

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Finance Options for Schools

There is funding out there to help you finance energy efficiency projects. MORE

Succession Group Achieve ESOS Compliance - IU Energy

Case Study – Succession Group

The Environment Agency (EA) can impose the fines of up to £50,000 at any time for non-compliance. MORE


Did You Miss the 29th Jan 2016 ESOS Deadline?

What do if you have missed the ESOS Deadlines (5th December & 29th Jan discretionary waiver). MORE


COP21: What does this mean for businesses?

KEY POINTS: ♦  Deal has been agreed by all countries involved to curb global warming to less than 2°C ♦  Nearly 200 countries took part in 2 weeks of intense negotiations st COP21 ♦  The pact is the first to commit all countries to cut carbon emissions, which will come into being in 2020 KEY AGREEMENT […] MORE

ESOS deadline

EA issues final warning regarding ESOS Deadline 29 Jan 2015

The Environment Agency (EA) has issued a reminder of the ESOS Deadline, warning of the risk of enforcement action (up to £50,000). MORE