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NIA | What You Need To Know About Nuclear (But Were Afraid to Ask)

Nuclear is green, but did you know it? Nuclear has the lowest lifecycle carbon of any electricity source, the lowest land use, and the lowest mining and material use. It is the only sector that tracks, makes safe, and pays for its own waste, and it is our only clean, reliable and sovereign source of power. Did that pique your interest? Join our webinar and find out why net zero needs nuclear.

UKRI | The 2050 vision: Sustainable materials for the Construction sector

For the foundation industries supplying the products needed by the construction sector, such as cement, steel, brick or glass, net zero carbon legislation is already seeing leading customers demanding more sustainable products.  The foundation industries are together responsible for over 10% of UK carbon emissions, and so their success in de-carbonising will be pivotal if the UK is to meet its zero net carbon commitments.

EDF | Your zero carbon supply options explained

EDF are committed to helping British businesses and the public sector achieve net zero. We’ll take you through the zero carbon energy supply options available to you to help you reach your sustainability targets, wherever you are on your journey.

IoD | Mobilising finance for net zero

The UK’s transition to becoming a net zero economy by 2050 will require major investment and a realignment of finance to a more sustainable future; the UK’s Climate Change Committee estimates that £1.4tn of investment will be needed to meet the deadline. Sustainable finance is a rapidly growing market -- even for companies operating in industries with challenges in their ESG profile ...

UKRI | Transforming energy systems for net zero 

Energy is core to net zero – and not the just the big supply questions of nuclear, hydrogen or offshore wind. This webinar, hosted by Innovate UK, will look at some less high-profile aspects of our energy systems, where innovators are working fast to reimagine the way we generate, store, transmit and use energy for a low-carbon future.

ESTA | Energy efficiency as part of the energy strategy

We are pleased to be hosting a virtual discussion around the vital part that energy efficiency has to play in the government’s energy strategy as well as the transition to Net Zero.

BEAMA | Delivering Net Zero across the Energy Sector Supply Chain

CELEBRATING BEST PRACTICE FROM MANUFACTURERS SUPPLYING THE UKS ENERGY INDUSTRY. Join our community of members to discuss the progress being made by the energy manufacturing industry in setting and meeting their net zero targets,  decarbonising global supply chains, and working as a community to ensure progress to Net Zero can be made in the UK and internationally.

ADBA | Report Launch | Biogenic CO2 and Anaerobic Digestion: Secure Supplies, Carbon Neutral, Market Ready

Last November, the UK Government paid ‘tens of millions of pounds’ to keep the UK arm of US company CF Industries (CFI) producing CO2 for the food and chemical sectors. They said it was a one off. However, in February the government entered a second deal with CFI. Again, they have refused to say exactly how much it has cost to keep the supply of this strategically important gas flowing...

UKRI | The 2050 vision: Sustainable materials for the Packaging sector  

For the foundation industries supplying the products needed by the packaging sector, such as plastics, paper, glass and metals, many leading customers are already demanding more sustainable products.  The foundation industries are together responsible for over 10% of UK carbon emissions, and so their success in de-carbonising will be pivotal if the UK is to meet its zero net carbon commitments.

HS2 | Destination Net Zero

Discover more about Britain’s new zero carbon, high-speed railway! Transport is the UK’s largest emitter of carbon. For the UK to tackle climate change while supporting a growing economy and population, we need more zero carbon transport options. Britain’s new zero carbon, high-speed railway, High Speed Two (HS2) will deliver this from its first day of operations, with every single train powered by carbon-free electricity.

EDF | What the energy market crisis means for net zero

EDF’s Director of Net Zero Strategy and Policy, Rebecca Beresford, joins us to discuss the energy market crisis and what it means for the UK’s net zero ambitions. We’ll cover upcoming regulatory change, government interventions and the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

CCSA | CCUS and Net Zero – UK and global progress ahead of COP27

Last year at COP26, Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) was at the forefront of many conversations and discussions, with a focus largely on the necessity of industrial CCUS and negative emissions technologies such as Direct Air Capture with Storage (DACS) and Bioenergy with CCS (BECCS)...

SWM | West Midlands Net Zero Business Pledge business showcase

This webinar will showcase what businesses in the West Midlands region have done to strive for Net Zero in the region. This webinar will feature businesses who have made the West Midlands Net Zero Business Pledge and have started their decarbonisation journey. Also included will be businesses who provide Net Zero products and services to help their stakeholders reduce their own emissions. Attend this webinar to see what can be achieved with a Net Zero approach and how it can generate a competitive business advantage and have a positive impact on the climate crisis.

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BEAMA | Future Ready Homes – Technologies to make us ready to meet net zero

During this webinar BEAMA will be discussing the practical actions that need to be at the centre of Government strategies for heat decarbonisation, electrification and home energy efficiency for a practical, ‘no-regrets’ pathway to net zero. The key is to make our homes ready for the future so that they can connect to, and benefit from, the new energy infrastructure.

ESTA | A manifesto for Energy Efficiency

With COP26 just months away ESTA is working on the creation of a Manifesto document seeking to put the strong case to the COP delegates of the critical importance of energy efficiency. Without a doubt energy efficiency has not been given...

ESTA | Accelerating Net Zero Transition in Cities and Regions

Collaborations of all kinds are going to be critical to help us reach Net Zero targets around the World. This includes Cities and Regions seeking solutions together and equally in their own space. This event will look at current examples of collaborations and working solutions.

Features

How Can Energy Companies Enable A Risk-Free Transition to Renewable Business?

Climate change is already making its mark on the world. Extreme and unpredictable weather, rising sea levels, even pandemics such as COVID-19 are causing social and geopolitical instabilities that are compelling companies to act to safeguard…

Ofgem delivers £300 million down payment to rewire Britain

Ofgem is today powering the electric vehicle revolution, with motorway service areas and key trunk road locations across the country set to get the cabling they need to install 1,800 new ultra-rapid charge points, tripling the current…

Giant H2 hub will put jobs sunshine on Leith, chief proclaims

Edinburgh’s port of Leith is set to become “Scotland’s biggest renewable energy hub” in a £40 million development showcasing green hydrogen. Around 1,000 direct full-time jobs, plus twice as many indirect roles, will be created…

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Free to use Net Zero Week social media cards for any business and anyone

If your organisation would like to join in with Net Zero Week 2022 (2/8 July), then you can freely use a set of predesigned social media cards optimised for use on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook to get your message out there. We also have…

Creating Better Networks, 6th July in-person London event during Net Zero Week 2022

The event, hosted by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks and UK Power Networks, is an opportunity to learn about the innovation projects that are driving real improvements for our customers. We will cover network resilience, driving…

MEPs back objective of zero emissions for cars and vans in 2035

Background - On 14 July 2021, as part of the 'Fit for 55' package, the Commission presented a legislative proposal for a revision of the CO2 emission performance standards for new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. The proposal aims…

AD and Biogas Industry Awards 2022 winners to be revealed at gala dinner on 15th June

The finalists for this year's AD and Biogas Industry Awards will find out at a gala dinner in Birmingham on 15th June if they are among this year’s winners.  Run by the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) and the…

Case Study | Aviva Switches on one of the UK’s Largest Solar and Storage Projects

The opportunity: Aviva committed to reducing their direct emissions in 2030 by 70%, that target was met by 2020. In 2021 81% reduction achieved. They then set themselves the challenge to become operationally net zero by 2030. Three main…

Understanding Science-Based Targets

The pressures for businesses to build their net-zero plans are mounting but how do you set meaningful and measurable targets? Nathan Dad, Head of I&C Supply Sales, explains the importance of setting science-based targets as the first step…

SmartestEnergy proudly sponsor the 2041 ClimateForce Expedition to Antarctica

SmartestEnergy were approached by Caroline Marriage, an employee of one of our technology partners, Origami, with an exciting opportunity to sponsor the 2041 ClimateForce Expedition to Antarctica, led by polar explorer Robert Swan, OBE. Caroline…

Opinion | Alok Sharma welcomes progress made so far and calls for further action ahead of COP27.

In recent months, the clouds have darkened over the international landscape. With Putin’s illegal and brutal invasion of Ukraine, war has unfortunately returned to Europe. The tectonic plates within our geopolitics have shifted. We…

Jobs and passengers at the heart of government’s 10-point plan for aviation

Consumers, jobs and innovation are at the heart of the government’s new strategy for building the aviation sector of tomorrow. Launched by Aviation Minister Robert Courts during a visit to Heathrow Airport, Flightpath to the future aims…

Quick off the spark: electric vehicle sales continue to soar in green revolution

Sales of electric vehicles reach an all-time high while UK boasts one of the most extensive networks of rapid chargers in Europe. Electric vehicles (EVs) have more than doubled in the north of England, revealed through new figures released…

Voyage to net zero in maritime underway as UK confirms £12 million for zero emission technologies

Zero emission ferries and vessels are one step closer to being a reality, as Maritime Minister Robert Courts today (24 May 2022) confirmed £12 million funding to accelerate the research and development of zero emission maritime technologies. Now…

Self-driving buses, shuttles and delivery vans could soon hit UK roads thanks to £40 million government-funded competition

A new £40 million competition to kick-start commercial self-driving services, such as delivery vehicles and passenger shuttles, has been launched. The funding could create tens of thousands of skilled jobs across the UK over the next decade. The…

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UK strengthens protections for taxpayers in energy treaty negotiations

The UK has reached a landmark agreement to modernise the terms of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT), maintaining its current benefits but winning new legal protections for taxpayers and investors. This successful outcome follows 2 years of…

Plug-in grant for cars to end as focus moves to improving electric vehicle charging

The government is closing the plug-in car grant scheme to new orders after successfully kickstarting the UK’s electric car revolution and supporting the sale of nearly half a million electric cars. The scheme has succeeded in creating…

Government invests over £31 million to help industry slash emissions and energy costs

New government funding will support industry to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels and slash carbon emissions. Over £31 million in new government funding will support industry to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels and slash carbon emissions,…

Fund to secure our energy supply and boost cutting-edge nuclear projects opens for business

A £120 million government fund designed to unlock and accelerate new nuclear technologies while encouraging new players into the market opens today (13 May). The Future Nuclear Enabling Fund will help to realise the government’s ambition…

£200 million boost to rollout of hundreds more zero-emission HGVs

The world’s largest fleet of zero emission HGVs will take to UK roads through plans to achieve cleaner air and greener jobs, while helping to keep costs down on consumer goods.   Transport Minister Trudy Harrison revealed over £200 million…

Businesses to benefit from an extension to plug-in van and truck grants

Businesses will be supported to make the switch to electric as the government commits to a 2-year extension of plug-in van and truck grants.  The move is expected to support the purchase of tens of thousands of greener vans and trucks,…

Government unveils investment for energy technologies of the future

The government has launched a wide-ranging £375 million package of support for innovative energy technologies that will power British homes and businesses for decades to come and further strengthen the nation’s energy security. This includes…

Tenfold expansion in chargepoints by 2030 as government drives EV revolution

The UK’s charging network has been given a huge boost today (25 March 2022), as government unveils plans to support the UK market to reach 300,000 public electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints by 2030 – equivalent to almost 5…

Government boost for new renewable energy storage technologies

Nearly £7 million awarded to turbocharge UK projects that are developing innovative energy storage technologies, in first round of government-backed competition. The intermittent nature of renewables like solar and wind power means that…

Government hits accelerator on low-cost renewable power

Contracts for Difference auctions to be held annually, speeding up UK adoption of renewable power and boosting energy security. The rollout of low-cost renewable energy in the UK will be accelerated as the government ramps up auctions for…

Government commits funding to build back better and greener in our skies

Further funding announced to redesign the UK’s airspace to create quicker journeys and cut emissions. Faster, quieter and greener journeys by air are one step closer thanks to a further £3.7 million investment in redesigning…

Growing Onshore Wind for a Net Zero Future

By Matthieu Hue, CEO EDF Renewables & Chair, RenewableUK Onshore Wind Steering Group | RenewableUK > Investment in onshore wind must be part of the UK's net zero ambition. Onshore wind is already a key part of the UK’s decarbonisation…

Why Recycling Matters to Net Zero

By Jane Bevis, Executive Chair, OPRL > The last 16 months have reminded us that everything is interconnected. If we abuse natural resources, nature strikes back. If we abuse the atmosphere, the climate strikes back. But what does packaging…

How CIOB can help tackle the climate crisis

In the run up to COP26, the Chartered Institute of Building are taking action to help make net zero a reality. Organisations in the built environment have a responsibility to make net zero happen. The next UN Climate Change Conference…

How we can deliver future heat for everyone

Cadent say public support and optionality are key to delivering the low carbon heat technologies of the future. To deliver the heat technology required to make net zero a reality, policy-makers need to make brave decisions now that put the…

Go-Ahead leads the transport industry to net zero

By Mark Anderson, Customer and Commercial Director, Go-Ahead > To achieve a net zero future, we need to make tough decisions. Now is the time to face them. It can be tempting to view climate change as a challenge for the future, impacting…

How Food and Drink can make Net Zero a success

By Michelle Norman, Director of Sustainability, Suntory Beverage & Food GB&I > The food and drink industry is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector so there's no doubt it has a vital role to play in delivering the UK’s 2050 Net…

How advertising can help build a net zero economy

By Matt Bourn, Director of Communications, Advertising Association > Advertising is a proven engine of growth – every pound spent on the UK’s advertising and marketing services generates six pounds GDP and our sector has been recently…

Long-duration energy storage: The missing piece of the power sector puzzle for net zero

Jim Smith, Managing Director for SSE Renewables explains why projects like the Coire Glas pumped hydro storage scheme are needed to help the UK achieve its goal of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. In the not too distant future…

Creating smart opportunities for businesses on the road to net zero

Robert Cheesewright, Director of Communications | Smart Energy GB Across the UK, smart meters are helping small businesses lead the way on sustainability. With more than 24.2 million smart meters installed in homes and small businesses…

Encouraging a modal shift to rail is vital to meeting Net-Zero targets

Rail Delivery Group | If the Government wants people to make greener travel choices it must make use of the levers it has at its disposal to motivate public action. As lockdown restrictions have eased, we’ve seen the corresponding resumption…

Solid Foundations: How Concrete Can Help Deliver a Net Zero Future

Mineral Products Association | Over 90 million tonnes of concrete are used each year in the UK alone, shaping the built environment in which we all live, work, and play. As the nation heads towards a net-zero future, the UK concrete industry…

Why net zero needs nuclear to ensure a smooth road to 2050

Without nuclear there is a risk that the UK’s net zero ambitions could be out of reach. The time for action is now. Andrew Storer, CEO of the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre | High Value Manufacturing Catapult There’s…

Four actions in four months till COP will help ensure Britain makes the most of the opportunity

Simone Rossi, CEO | EDF > COP26 is different - there is the chance for the UK to lead the way on securing long lasting change. As we celebrate Net Zero Week, COP26 is only four months away. It will be an opportunity to bring greater…

Incentivise Our Homeowners to Upgrade Homes or Miss Net Zero

Sarah Kostense-Winterton, Executive Director | Mineral Wool Insulation Manufacturers Association British homeowners hold the key to decarbonising our homes. We must motivate them to take action now. It is fact that homes and…

Why net zero needs nuclear to succeed

Ian Liddell-Grainger MP and Charlotte Nichols MP | Nuclear Industry Association New investment in large and small-scale nuclear will protect UK jobs, energy security and climate goals, says Nuclear APPG. In its progress report to Parliament,…

How to make the transition to low carbon heating fair

Calor Gas say the Government should change its approach when it comes to ramping up heat pump installations | Credit: Calor Gas Calor Gas The Government should target ‘heat pump ready’ homes first, and not rural homes, to ramp up…

Heat Pumps are vital to our Net Zero goal – but the time to act is now

Philippe Commaret, Managing Director | EDF EDF’s Managing Director, Philippe Commaret, explains that heat pumps can help decarbonise heat in the UK but we must learn lessons in order to succeed Only around 30,000 heat pumps are…

As this generation of nuclear technology concludes, what’s next to replace this essential source of low carbon power?

Jerry Haller, Nuclear Decommissioning Director | EDF For decades, the UK’s nuclear fleet has been safely generating zero carbon electricity to power millions of homes across the country, serving not only as a reliable low carbon power…

Opinion

By António Guterres, UNSG “2021 is a crucial year in the fight against climate change.”

Countries representing 70 per cent of the world economy and 65 per cent of global carbon dioxide emissions have now committed to net zero. The world remains way off target in staying within the 1.5-degree limit of the Paris Agreement. This…

Translating carbon jargon into meaningful change

By Sandra Lee, Social Impact Lead, University of Leicester > Net Zero, carbon neutral, carbon positive – each organisation and product seems to be claiming something different to convince you of their planet-friendly credentials. But how…

Transport decarbonisation plan: tackling climate change

By Grant Shapps, Transport Secretary > A comprehensive strategy to end transport’s contribution to climate change within 3 decades. Transport decarbonisation is a dull way of describing something much more exciting and far-reaching. Because…

Sustainable Industry by William Joyce, Innovation Technologist – UKRI

William discusses UKRI’s Industrial Decarbonisation programme’s commitment to supporting industries decarbonise and the role of industrial clusters to pave the path to net zero. As net zero looms large on the horizon, heavy industry…

The foundation industry challenge with a spotlight on the investor partnership programme

By Hugh Falkner of UK Research and Innovation > > Our foundation industries produce materials such as metals, glass, paper, cement, ceramics and chemicals. Often taken for granted, they provide much of the essential feedstock to the sectors…

Biodiversity matters by Shaun Nugent, Emissis

The term biodiversity is derived from ‘biological diversity’ and refers to the variety of all life from plants and animals to germs and fungi.  It also encompasses the ecosystems that support life. Biodiversity provides us with some…

From the fundamentals to the future – fundamental factors designers and installers should understand when specifying heat pumps.

Steve Keeton, Director of External Affairs and Future Portfolio, Vaillant > With heat pumps set to play a central role in decarbonising heat in new homes as set out in the Government’s Future Home Standard, how can these systems be designed…

UK’s new ambitious target to cut national emissions by 78% by 2035

By Robert Groves, CEO, SmartestEnergy > With COP26 on the horizon, the UK Government has set ambitious net-zero targets for 2035. Chief Executive Officer, Robert Groves, shares his thoughts on the opportunities that UK businesses have to be…

You don’t have to be a scientist to trust nuclear energy

Wade Allison, Emeritus Professor of Physics and Fellow of Keble College, Oxford > As the world discusses sources of energy it is spooked by an eighty-year-old fear of ionising radiation and all forms of nuclear energy. But evidence from simple…

Could a Corporate PPA be the next step on your road to Net Zero?

By Adam Clarke, Senior Manager PPA and Sustainability Solutions, EDF | Putting Net Zero at the heart of business decisions is no longer a choice. It’s a necessity. It’s what investors are looking for. It’s what customers are demanding.…

Energy Efficiency – the start of the Net Zero journey

By Mervyn Pilley, Executive Director, ESTA > At a time when every business and organisation is being encouraged to meet Net Zero targets, we believe that one solution that is relatively low cost and quick in terms of payback when compared with…

Poverty and inequality are climate issues

By Zion Lights - Author, Pro-Science Climate Activist and Net Zero Week Advocate... I’ve spent over a decade campaigning for climate action, and for many years I’ve worked as an environmental journalist, giving talks, attending debates,…

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World Biogas Association | Global biogas industry – how it’s grown over the past five years

In an interview with Policy Analyst Dr Nick Primmer, the outgoing President of the World Biogas Association David Newman reflects on the growth of the global biogas industry over his two terms and outlook for the future.

Tim McManan-Smith talks to the BBC about Net Zero Week

Tim, Head of External Affairs at Net Zero Week | Invites you to take a net zero journey and explores why we all matter in this long journey to decarbonise our lives and the UK economy.

Martin Offiah MBE explores what net zero means – what it means to individuals – what we can…

Martin ‘Chariots’ Offiah, former rugby player and the UK’s most prolific try-scorer EVER, is passionate about sustainability. Hear his radio interview and feel the passion he has for all things sustainable – we all need to reach net zero to stop global warming…

Northern Gas and Power | Smart Energy Voices

Dr Oliver Jones (Ryder Architecture) and Peter Barker (BIM Academy) discuss building design, use of digitisation and big data to help inform energy efficiency decisions and how these impact on net zero strategies.

SmartestEnergy | Supporting businesses to get started on their net-zero journey

In episode 16 of SmartestEnergy’s podcast, “SmartestEnergy Talks”, CEO Robert Groves is joined by special guest, Mark Reynolds from global sustainability leaders the Carbon Trust. They discuss the increasing momentum behind the UK’s drive…

SmartestEnergy | REGOs: what are they and why are they so important in proving your…

In episode 5 of SmartestEnergy’s podcast, “SmartestEnergy Talks”, Channel Development Team Manager, Jess Butlin and Head of Renewables Trading, Vishnu Aggarwal discuss what Renewable Energy Guarantee of Origin (REGO) certificates…

On-Demand Webinars

UKRI | Making smart local energy systems a reality – what next?

Session 6 concluded UKRI’s July series, summarising what was learnt, and asking what must be done now, by whom, to realise the potential of smart local energy systems for unlocking net zero.

UKRI | Local energy systems for local communities and consumers: what works

Session 5 in UKRI’s July series considered the place of communities in the local energy revolution, and how trial projects are working with consumers to provide cleaner, cheaper energy for all.

UKRI | Smart local energy systems: the way forward for local authorities

Session 4 in UKRI’s July series looked at how local authorities are looking at smart local energy systems as part of their Net Zero planning, projects already under way, and the help and guidance available.

UKRI | Investing in smart local energy systems – now and in future

Session 3 in UKRI’s July series asked what are the investment prospects in smart local energy systems? What are the latest developments in the funding and finance landscape?

UKRI | The business of smart local energy systems

Session 2 in UKRI’s July series explored the business opportunities and prospects for smart local energy systems, new business models, and the experience of companies on the front line of this ‘energy revolution.’

UKRI | Smart local energy systems: the opportunity and the value

Session 1 in UKRI’s July series looked at the importance of smart local energy systems in the race to net zero, the many innovative projects under way, and the benefits and barriers they are finding.

ESTA | The power of collaboration to achieve net zero

As a growing number of Trade Associations and Professional bodies seek to collaborate to help businesses to achieve Net Zero at scale Mervyn Pilley will explore the power of membership to help solve many of the World’s challenges today.

ESTA | Energy Services Trends in UK and Beyond

It is important that energy efficiency measures need to be funded. The Energy Performance contract is an important way of providing this funding. This session will look at how EPC’s can be used to support the SME business community…

SSE Energy Solutions | How you can use digitalisation to accelerate your path to net zero

In the year of COP26, there is increasing pressure on organisations in the UK to define their road to net zero. Irrespective of organisation, the optimal path will undoubtedly have digitalisation at its heart.

SSE Energy Solutions | How can companies get on the road to net zero?

As well as a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars, the Climate Change Committee has called for 16 million electric vehicles to be on the road in the UK by 2030. Achieving that target would significantly help the UK meets…

ESTA | EnCO – A global policy initiative for saving energy

Whilst there has been a major focus on the technological solutions available to help organisations achieve greater energy efficiency the concept of behaviour change as a major part of the solution has tended to be undervalued. ESTA working…

Nuclear Industry Association | Why net zero needs nuclear

Nuclear is the most powerful and efficient form of energy on Earth, and has saved the UK more carbon emissions than any other source. Nuclear is also the most jobs-rich form of low-carbon energy and will be vital for a green recovery. Join us for our…

Midlands Innovation | Net Zero is not a COP-out: How innovative collaboration is vital in creating a sustainable future for our planet

Responding to the climate crisis and achieving the Net Zero ambition by 2050 requires much more than investment into green technologies. The UK’s vision to become a science superpower to use research for good and the…

ESTA | Microgrid Solutions a Global Overview

Has enough attention been given to Microgrids as a potential solution to some of the major challenges facing the energy supply sector today? Potentially not and there are existing solutions available to allow communities and businesses…

ESTA | Turning White Elephants Green

Sometimes with the best of intentions and some very good projected results, energy efficiency projects or equipment are commissioned and installed and the either never turned on OR are turned on and then not operated in the way in which they…

SmartestEnergy | Corporate PPAs Explained

Businesses can play a leading role in the net-zero transition by partnering with a new renewable project on a Corporate PPA to help an additional project onto the UK Grid. The impact of subsidy cuts and reductions in embedded benefits mean that…

The Energyst | Net zero – what do businesses need to do, when and how?

The start of any journey is important. In this keynote session, we explore the initial planning and foresight needed to begin the net zero journey, and the key elements that make a successful start. Looking further ahead, we will discuss with guests…

The Energyst | Decarbonising transport

How to implement the transition of your fleet to EVs, maximising the benefits and minimising risk. What are the options for cutting emissions in other transport sectors, such as aviation, shipping and heavy goods vehicles? Emissions…

The Energyst | Electrification of UK plc.

The start of any journey is important. In this keynote session, we explore the initial planning and foresight needed to begin the net zero journey, and the key elements that make a successful start. Looking further ahead, we will discuss with guests…

The Energyst | Decarbonising industry and commerce – what are your ‘no regret’ first steps…

We explore strategies, data, procurement, energy efficiency; and ask if power purchase agreements are the right way to decarbonise or is onsite generation?

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