Five more eye catching, green and innovative products

16 May 2016

Here are five more green inventions from the world of energy and sustainability that may (or may not) be hitting the mainstream…

Advice for businesses on energy assessments under the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme

18 March 2016

The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) requires larger companies to carry out energy assessments every four years, which are used to identify…

Scots’ fuel poverty partnership working well

5 February 2016

With energy bills high, and much still to do for getting the energy efficiency of the UK's housing stock up to scratch,…

Paving the road to smart cities

6 January 2016

The Innovate UK-funded ‘Stakeholder Interactive City Energy Demand Simulator’ (SiCEDS) is one of the most ambitious pieces of data and modelling work…

Social networking for the community energy sector

4 September 2015

Graham Ayling, head of the Energy Saving Trust Foundation, explains what community groups can learn from the hub, what it’s all about…

Making smart smart – a Q&A with Dr Chris Brauer

17 June 2015

Smart meters and the increase in appliances boasting ‘smart’ features on the market make smart homes become an increasing talking point.

The next big thing: mini energy efficient homes

18 February 2015

The Binishell concept has reared its head in the last five years or so, and aims to make ultra energy efficient living…

The energy potential of farms

16 January 2015

There is 10GW of untapped energy potential down on the UK’s farms, according to new research by Forum for the Future.