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Successful Completion of the HyDeploy Trial at Keele University

The UK’s first live pilot to inject zero carbon hydrogen into a gas network to heat homes and buildings is now fully operational. HyDeploy is a ground-breaking green energy trial at Keele University that could help Britain cut its carbon emissions and open the door to a low-carbon hydrogen economy. The HyDeploy demonstration is injecting up to 20% (by volume) […]

Faraday Institution commits a further £22.6m to battery research to deliver commercial impact

The Faraday Institution has announced a £22.6m commitment to build on its momentum in four key research challenges: extending battery life, battery modelling, recycling and reuse and solid-state batteries. In doing so, and by strengthening the organisation’s commercialisation team and strategy, it is further focusing on those areas of battery research that offer the most potential to deliver commercial impact […]

Mace and AFC Energy to use hydrogen power in construction

Mace and AFC Energy have formed a UK-first strategic partnership to use hydrogen power in decarbonising the construction industry. Mace and AFC Energy will work together in deploying zero emission hydrogen generators to deliver a transition away from the use of highly polluting diesel generators on construction sites both in the UK and internationally. The partners aim to commission the […]

NABERS launches in UK to rate energy efficiency in offices

A scheme for rating the operational energy efficiency of UK offices, NABERS UK, has been launched. NABERS UK aims to play a vital role in bridging the performance gap between the design and in-use energy performance of offices. The ratings measure and verify the actual energy use of existing offices, providing a rating from 1-6 stars and helping building owners […]

Mitie’s EV fleet passes 1,000

Mitie has welcomed its first large van with the arrival of a Vauxhall Vivaro-e, which takes the company past the landmark of 1,000 electric vehicles (EVs). This is the first of 655 Vivaro-e vans to be delivered to Mitie by the end of the year. With over 1,000 pure electric cars, vans and other commercial vehicles, Mitie is believed to […]

Buildings must be at centre of carbon cutting strategy, says BESA

A major retrofit strategy for existing buildings could be crucial to the Prime Minister’s radical new targets for cutting carbon emissions, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA). BESA welcomed “the exciting and bold challenge” laid down by Boris Johnson  ahead of a climate summit hosted by the US. The new target of a 78% cut in emissions by […]

How behaviour change will unlock Net Zero

The UK’s Net Zero target is at risk without substantial change in corporate and public behaviour All new climate change initiatives need “behaviour change enabling plans” to ensure success, with deployment of products and services needing to consider “ease of installation, operability and affordability”, according to a new report by the Energy Research Partnership. The report How behaviour change will […]

EMEX London’s venue electricity supply now comes from renewable sources only

EMEX London’s venue – ExCeL London – is 100% committed to tackling the challenges of sustainable development and operating as a responsible corporate entity. It is our policy to continuously evolve and implement practices that deliver economic security, social and environmental benefits. As one of the UK’s leading international exhibition and convention centres, we host a diverse range of events with […]

A ground-breaking change to the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC)

Energy regulator Ofgem has approved BSC Modification P375 a ground-breaking change to the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) which will allow individual Asset Meters located ‘behind the boundary point’ to be used for Settlement purposes. What are Asset Meters? Asset Meters can record electricity flows to (or from) assets including those owned by embedded generators, demand-side response (DSR) providers, or […]

A Cuppa at 11 with Tony Wright, Divisional Director at ebm-papst

Update from Jason and Rupert

This is a hard post to write as some things don’t seem quite so important in the current situation. So please, accept this update on EMEX and EMA operations in the spirit in which it is intended. The EMA Magazine continues to be published as usual, editorial submissions to Rupert, however we are focussed on electronic delivery. If you prefer […]

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust’s Carbon Reduction Journey

Our aim is to match the global Climate Change Act targets set out in the NHS Long Term Plan, with a reduction in carbon footprint of 57% by 2025 from a 2007 base year and ultimately net zero by 2050. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust provides acute and specialist care for around a million and a half people every year. […]

What Not to Do… In Energy Procurement

Energy management professionals usually define themselves as ‘wearing many hats’, which makes the profession interesting and dynamic but also requires an all-round knowledge and experience in key subjects. Whilst there is a plethora of information available out there in each topic, there are only so many hours in the day that can be devoted to reading and research. Have you […]

Local Energy Systems and EV Fleets

Whilst UK business has more than halved greenhouse gas emissions between 1990 and 2017, transport emissions have remained stubbornly high, now accounting for the largest share of the UK’s emissions. Internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle efficiency has improved in this time, but this has not been enough to offset the increase in road traffic1. We therefore need an alternative technology, […]

The New Re:fit 4 Framework: Getting the Public Sector to Net-Zero

The new Re:fit 4 energy performance contracting framework has just been launched. The Re:fit energy performance contract framework may offer your team a unique opportunity to make a step change in the operational and value for money performance of your entire asset base. At Local Partnerships, Rachel Toresen-Owuor is responsible for the national Re:fit programme, outside of London. Rachel Toresen-Owuor […]

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