[ubermenu config_id="main" menu="18"]


What’s happening in commercial utility markets?

Read our energy and water news

Clean Growth Strategy and Heat Networks

Clean growth strategy – heat networks   The Clean Growth Strategy (CGS), published in October 2017, is a government-led environmental scheme created to meet the goals set by the 2015 Paris Agreement, with the tagline “leading the way to a low carbon...

read more

Monarch Explains: Saving Water

The average UK resident uses a massive 150 litres of water a day, be that for washing, cooking, or cleaning. Our planet’s population is increasing dramatically and, combined with inconsistent weather patterns, this puts more and more pressure on our natural resources....

read more

Decarbonisation of Heating and Cooling

Decarbonisation is bigger than energy itself On 7 June, the city of Brussels hosted the event “Heating & Cooling in Europe – How can we decarbonise the sector by 2050 and fulfil the Paris Agreement?” The meeting did exactly what it said on the tin, with a number...

read more

OPEC’s Production Cut Deal

Reflecting on OPEC and its production cut deal – In the face of Iranian sanctions, potential EU exemptions and an OPEC supply boost By Serge Mazodila   Since its December 2016 oil production cut deal came into effect, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting...

read more

25 Year Environment Plan

Do heat networks help us live more sustainably?   January saw the Government publish their 150-page 25 Year Environment Plan with the ultimate goal of “leaving [our environment] in a better state than we found it”. The Plan spans over 150 pages and covers a vast...

read more

Industrial Strategy

A comment on the Prime Minister’s speech of 21/05/2018   Last Monday saw Theresa May speak at the University of Manchester’s Jodrell Bank on science and modern Industrial Strategy. She outlined the government’s four Grand Challenges, all of which contribute to...

read more

Saving water in your business

5 ways to reduce your business water footprint   Why is saving water so important? The average person in the UK uses 150 litres of water a day, be that for washing, cooking, or cleaning. Our world’s population is constantly growing and this, combined with...

read more

DCP228 and Friends

Keep on top of the latest energy regulation updates As you may have noticed, April has brought with it a deluge of energy regulation updates. A confusing web of acronyms with annexed numbers all struck at once, and you are forgiven for not being entirely clear on...

read more

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.