Low Carbon news
Ofgem’s chief executive has warned of the UK’s lack of energy capacity, labelling the period between 2015 and 2018 as a “near-crisis”.
Climate control and separation company Biddle has launched a sectional version of its Forceflow fan convector.
Danish company AC-Sun has revealed new technology that turns solar heat into air conditioning with minimal power, thereby saving 90 per cent of energy.
LC Energy has announced its acquisition of Harvest Wood Fuels bulk pellet business.
The Electrical Contractors’ Association has found that 98 per cent of Britons say they don’t fully understand the Green Deal.
The European Union welcomes the outcome of the Doha climate conference which lays the basis for more ambitious international action against climate change in the short term. The conference paved the way for a new global climate agreement to be finalised in 2015 and enables a second period of the Kyoto Protocol to start on 1 January 2013.
The European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE), representing the heating and cooling industry in Europe, has welcomed the European Commission’s F-gas Regulation revisions.
Chancellor George Osborne has said the UK must take a global lead in developing a series of low carbon technologies, including energy efficient computing and energy storage, in his first major speech on scientific issues, The Guardian reported.
A Renewable Energy Conference at Christchurch Borough Council has concluded that deep geothermal resources could provide 20 per cent of the UK’s annual average electricity generation capacity requirement.
An independent report has recommended biomass as a cost-effective way to meet UK renewable energy targets.