Government’s announcement confirming setting the minimum energy efficiency standard for non-domestic private rented buildings to EPC B by 2030.
In the UK, the built environment contributes approximately 40% of the UK’s total carbon footprint. Implementing measures that improve energy efficiency within buildings, reducing energy bills and cutting carbon emissions will be essential to achieve the UK’s 2050 Net Zero target as well as promoting business productivity following the Covid crisis.
With speculation about a big announcement on green initiatives from the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, it's a good time to take a look at what developments in policy we would like to see supported by the government. Innovation is about more than just new technology,...
By Sam Hampton, Sustainability Consultant As the realities of climate change become clearer, more businesses are embarking on a journey to reduce their environmental impact. Besides the motivation to do the right thing, and the benefits of saving on energy bills,...
COVID-19 has turned normal business on its head. As SMEs adapt to the new realities of doing business, it could be the perfect time to implement energy saving measures.
Robust analysis of data that surrounds an energy bill, alongside an energy audit, will be key in identifying recommendations for efficiencies
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Practical tips and advice demonstrating how small, low- and no-cost actions can save most businesses at least 10% on their energy bills.
The Smarter Choices consortium launches a pilot aimed at UK SMEs to overcome current barriers to energy efficiency after successfully winning Department of Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) funding.