Clarity Around Sustainable Materials Needed

In a bid to reduce the embodied carbon footprint of their structures, property developers are constantly reviewing the materials they use.

SynergyTM: The Future of Sustainable Construction

Francesca Wilkinson explores how Willmott Dixon’s innovative Energy SynergyTM consultancy ensures its projects exceed customer expectations.

Future Trends in Home Heating and Cooling

Christian Deilmann, Co-founder and Chief Product Officer at tado° outlines the measures needed to meet Europe’s and the UK’s climate targets.

Village to Become Zero Carbon Role Model

The Sussex village of Barcombe could hold one of the keys to helping the UK reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Risk or an Opportunity to Provide Transparency on fuel Consumption

With the update of the HNR in November, operators of any unmetered shared heating system must charge residents for their measured heat use.

Sustainability Helps Civil Engineering Become Carbon Net Zero

James Maclean, CEO at Land & Water writes about how sustainable practices need to be adopted by the civil engineering industry

Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations

David Lewis why the amendment is not a risk but an opportunity for compliance and sustainability using simple proven technology. 

Decarbonising Construction Steps to Net Zero

Stuart Beasley of npower Business Solutions discusses looking toward 2021 and the steps toward Net Zero in this feature for UKCO

Hydrogen Hubs Key to Delivering Net-Zero

Mark Griffin of BOC explains how hub funding model for hydrogen refuelling stations can support the government’s 10 point plan strategy

Government voucher scheme is an opportunity for all businesses to grow, don’t get left behind

“The Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme is an opportunity for all businesses to expand and grow, don’t get left behind,” – Simon Ayers, CEO of TrustMark