renewable energy

Letters to the Editor


Jason Koffler, CEO of Critical Power Supplies, comments on plans announced yesterday by UK Secretary of State for Energy SecurityRead More »


First U.S. Installation of UL1741 Certified SolarEdge Ground-Mount 330kW Inverter

Following its UL1741-SB certification, the recently launched SolarEdge 330kW Inverter system has been deployed as part of a 1MW ground-mount solarRead More »


Renewable Energy Modeling to Support Clean Energy Buyers with GHG Emissions

A collaboration between The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Amazon, the world’s largest purchaser ofRead More »


En Route to Net Zero: NHS Launches Sustainable Transport Infrastructure Procurement Framework

NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) has introduced a new ‘Sustainable Transport and Infrastructure’ framework agreement to support the NHS withRead More »


UK Power Networks Improves Visibility of Connections Capacity

UK Power Networks has ushered in a new era of transparency following the launch of a new portal which offersRead More »


Baxi Commercial Heat Pump Facility in Spain Hosts First Official Visit

Heating and hot water brand Baxi has hosted the first official visit to its €13 million commercial heat pump R&D andRead More »


Car Park Solar Farm Powers UK Hospital

Eastbourne District General Hospital is the first in the UK to receive renewable energy from a Solar Car Park (SCP).Read More »


Q+A: Part L (Conservation of Fuel and Power) of the UK Building Regulations 2023

Simon Blackham, senior technical manager at polyisocyanurate (PIR) insulation board manufacturer Recticel Insulation, answers questions on the new Part L (Conservation ofRead More »


Kimberly-Clark Launches UK Wind Farm with Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust

Kimberly-Clark is celebrating the official opening of a new onshore wind farm by Màiri McAllan, Member of the Scottish ParliamentRead More »


Veolia Expand UK Solar Capacity

Veolia are providing an additional 59MWp of renewable electricity capacity following the start of operations at the UK’s largest solarRead More »


BDR Thermea Group Strengthens Strategic Partnership with G.I. Holding

Baxi’s parent company BDR Thermea Group is acquiring a 25 per cent stake in G.I. Holding, a market leader inRead More »


Shell Energy to Help Norsk Hydro Decarbonise UK Operations

Shell Energy UK has signed an agreement with Norsk Hydro ASA, a global leader in aluminium and renewable energy, toRead More »

Letters to the Editor

Letters: Removing Planning Bottlenecks on UK Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

Karl Anders, managing director of Mer UK, responds to government plans to ‘halve’ the time it takes for more powerRead More »


Masdar Announces Global Renewable Energy Partnerships

Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company PJSC – Masdar, the UAE’s renewable energy company, is expanding its presence in the globalRead More »


Powering Waste Collection with Waste

Westminster City Council and Veolia have announced the full-scale rollout of the UK’s largest electric refuse collection fleet.  The vehiclesRead More »


Canary Wharf Supports Net Zero Ambitions with Windfarm Partnership

Canary Wharf Group (CWG) has announced a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with renewable energy provider Brookfield to support theRead More »


UK Government Hydrogen Boost to Help Kimberly-Clark Towards 100% Green Energy

Three green hydrogen projects which Kimberly-Clark is developing with energy industry partners have won places on the UK Government’s HydrogenRead More »

FM Magazine

The Power of Proactivity: Meeting the UK’s Future Business Energy Needs

Future business energy needs will be delivered by a wider portfolio of more sustainable, more circular, and more decentralised alternativesRead More »


Follow-up Study at Europe’s Largest Hot Water Reservoir

Energiforsk (formerly the Swedish Gas Technology Centre) has commissioned global consultancy FVB to undertake a technical follow-up of Europe’s largestRead More »


Last Mile Fleets Risking Delay to Electrification Plans

Last mile logistics operators need to consider charging infrastructure or risk delays to EV roll-outs according to Mer, the EVRead More »


Veolia Reaches New UK Net Zero Milestone

Veolia is now delivering more than six times more renewable electricity to the grid than it uses at 400 officesRead More »


Energy from Wastewater Powering 800 Scottish Homes

Veolia is helping Scottish Water on its journey to net zero by increasing the amount of renewable energy generated atRead More »


Why Net Zero is Calling on British Cities

David Hall, VP Power Systems at Schneider Electric and Kas Mohammed, VP Digital Energy, comment on a finding by aRead More »


Comment on London’s Net Zero Targets

Adam Savitz, Sustainability Director EMEALA at Johnson Controls, comments on a recent announcement by the Mayor of London that theRead More »


Mitie on Target for 2025 ESG Goals

Mitie’s most recent annual ESG report highlights the progress the facilities management outsourcer has made in incorporating 13 ambitious targetsRead More »


Launch of Innovative Off-grid Lighting System

Scottish solutions business Eco Group has launched an innovative off-grid lighting system to cut energy bills and reduce the carbonRead More »

Net Zero

Accelerating the Race to Net Zero

Johnson Controls has announced a collaboration with 3Degrees which helps organisations around the world achieve renewable energy and decarbonisation goals. TheRead More »


Supporting University Estate Directors with Decarbonisation

SSE Energy Solutions has partnered with The Association of University Directors of Estates (AUDE) in the United Kingdom to informRead More »


Switchgear Simulators for Renewable Energy Facilities and Microgrids

Siemens USA power systems business Russelectric has launched a range of switchgear simulators for training personnel in the operation ofRead More »

Case Studies

Case Study: Advancing Sustainability at Geothermal Energy Company

A partnership in the Philippines between Ecolab subsidiary Nalco Water and Geothermal Energy Company (GEC) is increasing electricity production whilstRead More »


Johnson Controls Inaugurates OpenBlue Innovation Centre at Global HQ in Cork

Johnson Controls has opened an OpenBlue Innovation Centre in its global headquarter’s building at One Albert Quay in Cork, IrelandRead More »


Wiltshire Development Secures New Tenants

RO Real Estate, a subsidiary of UK family-owned business, The RO has successfully pre-let two food retail units on itsRead More »


ENGIE to Certify Renewable Energy Sites in France with New Label Scheme

An innovative labelling scheme developed by ENGIE in partnership with Bureau Veritas is to be rolled out across the company’sRead More »

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