With recent government announcements revealing the UK’s roadmap to net zero 2050, sustainable living and green energy is now under the spotlight more than ever before
The UK published its Energy White Paper in December 2020, triggering a Green Revolution in the UK. Our renewable energy specialists are here to guide you through so you and your business can achieve the net zero target by 2050.
Our team of green energy experts work with a broad range of clients to pioneer clean and low carbon energy solutions. Whether you’re building new houses, improving your green credentials or building green technologies, we’re here to help power you towards net zero…
"We work with clients as they pioneer clean energy projects and navigate the ever-changing legal and regulatory landscape in the context of their commercial concerns and objectives."
Our renewable energy experts are proud to be at the forefront of the green energy revolution, we advise in six key areas:
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Solar PV (with battery)
Biomass and hydro projects
Operation & maintenance
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Green Gas production and supply
Smart Energy Systems
Smart metering infrastructure and services
Digital platforms that ‘talk to’ the grid inc, running smart appliances, selling excess power in batteries and vehicles back to the grid, turning down power demand during peak hours
Local energy clubs where renewable generation is matched with local customer demand
Data and privacy issues
Vehicle to Grid
Energy policy changes
Heat networks regulation
Renewable incentive schemes
Green gas support schemes
District heating networks
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The recent Energy White Paper sets a clear objective that buildings must become more energy-efficient and move away from fossil fuel heating. The paper states that by 2025, no new homes will be built with fossil fuel heating.
Against this backdrop, it is clear that fundamental change in the sustainability of housing in the UK is imminent. Now is the time for house builders/ Registered Providers to take start taking action and begin their journey towards a greener future now.
Our team of energy experts are proud to be at the forefront of this green housing revolution, working with a broad range of clients to pioneer clean and low carbon energy solutions.
Whether you’re building new houses or improving the green credentials of your existing stock, we’re here to help power you towards net zero…
Universities and colleges are ideally placed to lead the way in humankind’s fight to mitigate the effects of climate change through their research, teaching and skills work. Their students and staff also increasingly expect them to show the same leadership in their wider institutional strategies, of which their estates form a significant part.
Recent Government policy statements, such as the Energy White Paper and the Future Buildings Standard, indicate a greater shift towards eliminating greenhouse gas emissions from domestic and non-domestic buildings and the transport sector in order to meet the UK’s legally binding net zero target by 2050.
We believe that now is the perfect time for universities and colleges to revisit their estates' strategies to ensure they are capitalising on all the available options to accelerate their journey to net zero.
Our education and energy specialists will work with you in partnership to achieve this important goal.
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