With an annual carbon accounting mandate due to be imposed in April 2013, why is it that almost no one is offering businesses a means of understanding and reducing their energy consumption at the level of detail required? Large companies will have to formally report on their carbon emissions – including those in their supply […]
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Our very own managing director, Duncan Everett, has set out his wish list for the coalition’s new Energy Minister, John Hayes. In his article, Duncan raises the argument that clearer use of information and more real performance based goals should be available for businesses following the new carbon reporting regulations. The article features on Process […]
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The total number of certifications for reducing carbon emissions amongst UK businesses has recently been pushed up to 500, following the announcement that British Land, Mothercare and Motorola have been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard. The total carbon footprint of the 500 organisations is now over 43 million tonnes of CO2e, equivalent to nearly 18% […]
A collection of Britain’s leading property bosses have called on David Cameron to force all commercial landlords to publish the energy efficiency of their buildings. Read article of Press article by Graham Ruddick
Energy is the single most important attribute for everyone in the world – regardless of whether you’re into manufacturing, IT, communications, or any other line of business. However, despite such a huge demand for energy, its supply is limited, and if we do not optimise our use and continue to burden the supply ever more, […]
As we enter the time of the year where energy costs are on the up and with the current cold snap consumption is expected to increase dramatically (12 November 20 – British Gas customers are to face an increase of 7% in their gas and electricity bills from 10 December) what better time to draw […]
‘The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme will be simplified to reduce the burden on businesses, with the first allowance sales for 2011-12 emissions now taking place in 2012 rather than 2011. Revenues from allowance sales totaling £1 billion a year by 2014-15 will be used to support the public finances, including spending on the environment, rather […]