Kensa Contracting's managing director Matthew Trewhella talked to Current± about the challenges of cheap gas, the need to work together with other energy technologies and the significance of L&G investing.
A £31 million demonstrator project integrating heat, transport and energy is to progress despite COVID-19 restrictions.
Renewable energy remains the cheapest way to decarbonise the power sector, but more urgency is needed to meet the UK’s 2050 net zero target.
Grants of £4,000 are to replace the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), the government has announced as part of several heat proposals.
The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) has called on the government to bring in a carbon intensity standard to help drive down emissions in heating.
Legal & General has acquired a 36% share in ground source heat technology company the Kensa Group as it continues to invest in green energy.
As the COVID-19 lockdown continues, British households are using 15% more heating than usual.
Current± spoke to Smart Power Network's co-founder and CEO, Anastasios Oulis Rousis, about securing government support and enabling a digitalised energy system.
Software development company SysMech has been chosen to help deliver a cloud-based Digital Integration Platform for the Energy Systems Catapult.