Low Carbon news
The Heat Coalition calls on European Commission for strategy to promote renewable energy sources and energy efficient solutions throughout the entire energy supply chain.
In April various world-leading experts on solar cooling technology gathered in Australia to give insight on the future of the technology, says Matthew Dillon
Australian and European carbon markets will be linked in 2015, creating the world’s biggest emissions trading market, reported the Guardian in a recent article.
Employment levels are expected to rise again during the second six months of 2012, according to new research from B&ES.
B&ES has submitted its response to the Government’s plans to expand the current non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme to include air to water heat pumps and broaden the eligibility criteria for energy from waste.
Climate control and separation company Biddle has launched a sectional version of its Forceflow fan convector.
BSRIA has agreed an endorsing partnership with Low Carbon England 2015 (1st and 2nd Dec 2015) held at The National Motorcycle Museum Birmingham.
The government-led Green Construction Board has teamed up with the Green Property Alliance to commission Deloitte to carry out a study into whether carbon policies are having the desired effect on the property sector.
The Carbon Trust has announced the results of a recent survey and the launch of its Green Business Directory.
CIBSE supports call for Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) of all government buildings