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...

Climate Change Levy (CCL) Rates Have Changed

Changes to the Climate Change Levy (CCL) came into effect on the 1st April 2020. The changes are in line with the government’s continued commitment to rebalance the costs applied to electricity to gas...

Blow Me Down

East of England firm awarded multi-million pound contract on East Anglia ONE windfarm. ScottishPower Renewables has awarded an East of England offshore renewables service provider a multi-million-pound contract to work on the largest windfarm being...

New spin on waste management cuts 10 tonnes of waste per month

Peterborough-based Whirlpool UK Appliances Limited has reduced its general waste by 50% - the equivalent weight of 10 one-tonne Black Rhinos a month.   Waste management specialist Axil Integrated Services, which has sites in Corby and...

Local heroes

ScottishPower Renewables has reinforced its commitment to working with local suppliers on East Anglia ONE by awarding James Fisher Marine Services a multi-million-pound scheduled maintenance contract. The latter has created 20 new jobs at one...

Forging a bright future

“Today is the great age of engineering and talent. East Anglia’s manufacturing and engineering sector has a bright future” observes Jamie Thums, Chairman of New Anglia Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (NAAME) A “Top 100 Manufacturing Figure”, Chair of the...

Theme announced for SNS2020, EEEGR’s annual flagship conference and exhibition: Smart generation – the...

The energy sector is undergoing a seismic shift as it reacts to the UK Government’s plans to be a net zero producer of greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.  With this in mind, SNS2020 will showcase...

How energy market changes could affect your business and its sustainability

In previous articles, Ipswich-based electricity and energy services provider Haven Power discussed how you can easily switch to renewable energy and ensure your employees engage with your sustainability journey. This time, the company addresses the transformation...

Carbon Trust/ Energy efficiency advice for SMEs

Simple measures can deliver significant benefits when it comes to energy efficiency. Here the Carbon Trust outlines some initial steps that small to medium-sized companies can take. Measures to reduce carbon emissions and save energy are...