HELP AT HAND FOR ORGANISATIONS SEEKING TO BUILD CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE

An international authority on mitigating the effects of climate change, Climate Sense has joined forces with Learning & Development Associates (L&DA), a leading training provider to the UK water sector, to roll out the...

New plans to bring economic, environmental and social benefit across the Fens in UK...

New cross-sector taskforce will tackle climate resilience for local communities An ambitious new multi-agency taskforce seeks to bring renewed prosperity to the Fens through a radical new approach to managing land and water resources. Future...

PREFERRED BIDDER CHOSEN FOR EAST ANGLIA HUB TURBINES

ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) has selected Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) as the preferred bidder to supply and install some of the world’s most powerful and productive offshore wind turbines for its £6.5 billion East...

A new electric taxi-bus service launches in East Suffolk

Suffolk County Council launches Katch, a new sustainable, electric taxi-bus service in the East of the county. Katch provides a travel solution for local residents and visitors in Wickham Market and Framlingham, as well as...

Delivering customer care during COVID-19

With teams being forced to work from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, additional strain has been put on leaders to ensure customer service is still of the highest quality despite having to manage...

FAMILY OF SWANS PRIZE STRONG BONDS WITH CLIENTS

Over the past four years, Indigo Swan has doubled turnover and continued to add steadily to its impressive collection of awards. Recognised last year as the ‘Most Trusted UK Energy Consultancy (SME)’ at The Energy...

GREAT YARMOUTH PORT FLIES THE FLAG FOR WIND POWER

The Port of Great Yarmouth is ready to support Boris Johnson’s pledge to power every home in the UK with offshore wind energy within a decade. At the Conservative party conference this month, the prime...

Targeted Charging Review

What is the Targeted charging Review (TCR)? The way we generate and use Electricity is changing, so the government is reviewing how network charges are collected, with an added focus on recovering a fair share...

NEW CAMBRIDGE CENTRE HAS NET-ZERO IN ITS SIGHTS

The new National Centre for Propulsion and Power was officially launched by the Prince of Wales in January. Now Cambridge City Council’s planning committee has approved plans for the expansion of Cambridge University’s renowned...

Coronavirus, the energy industry and making informed decisions

The world has changed a great deal since the beginning of March 2020 - a global pandemic tends to have that effect. One thing is certain, no one envisaged in January that many of...