Former UK Minister Claire O’Neill joins Ikigai Capital as Net Zero Consultancy advances decarbonisation...

The former UK Minister for Energy and Clean Growth, Claire O’Neill (formerly Claire Perry), has joined the board of Ikigai Capital Limited, the London-based...

Grid innovator sees global demand for green, mission-critical infrastructure solutions

Depsys, a technology company focussed on modernising electricity grid through digitalisation, has been awarded five new contracts in the past month, as utilities accelerate...

Muntons to decarbonise 100 GWh of heat demand each year

AMP Clean Energy is to install, own and operate a £16.5 million low carbon energy centre for leading malt product manufacturer and distributor, Muntons –...

CMA tells water companies ‘manage your energy bills’ as it rejects option to recoup...

A decision by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) will force major energy buyers in the water sector to take a more active approach to...

SEEIT buys portfolio of Intercontinental Hotel Group CHP assets

SDLC Energy Efficiency Income Trust (SEEIT) has acquired £5m of combined heat and power assets from GET Solutions, with an additional £12m pipeline to...

New MD for Baxi

Karen Boswell will be the new managing director of Baxi Heating UK and Ireland. She replaces David Pinder, who retires from the firm after...
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Heat pumps, energy efficiency and DSR ‘critical’ to decarbonise London

If London is to stand a chance become a net zero emissions city within a decade, mass deployment and funding of heat pumps will...

Deadline looms to reduce Climate Change Levy

Businesses have only a few months left to benefit from reduced energy bills through the extended Climate Change Agreement (CCA) scheme. Richard Palmer of...

Royal London consolidates FM with Mitie, targets energy efficiency gains

Royal London has consolidated FM services with Mitie under a five-year deal. The insurance giant is aiming to achieve at least 10 per cent energy...

Ireland lighting firm eEnergy targets £1bn UK schools market with RSL buy

Ireland-based eEnergy is to buy fellow specialist education sector lighting provider Renewable Solutions Lighting (RSL) as it eyes a £1bn UK market. Both firms provide...

Ireland’s eEnergy eyes UK energy-as-a-service expansion

Ireland-based energy efficiency services provider eEnergy Group hopes expansion from its home market will help it turn a profit. AIM-quoted since January, the firm provides...

Mitie posts profit rise, buys Interserve FM unit, continues EV push

Buildings services firm Mitie, on track to operating the UK’s biggest corporate EV fleet, today confirmed its £271m takeover of rival Interserve’s facilities management...

SEEIT energy efficiency fund placing oversubscribed, raised to £110m

Listed energy efficiency fund SEEIT has increased a placing to £110m after the initial £60m sought was oversubscribed. "In light of our offer being significantly...

SEEIT energy efficiency fund shakes off Covid, eyes big buys

Listed energy efficiency fund SEEIT is eyeing £300m worth of asset buys and said it is in “advanced negotiations” for three developments valued over...

Decarbonisation as a service: Mitie touts ‘zero carbon for zero cost’

FM firm Mitie is pushing decarbonisation as a service, promising it can help businesses hit net zero goals for net zero cost. The company claims...

EnergyPro seeks £2m to open India energy market to UK firms

EnergyPro Asset Management is seeking £2m in equity funding as it bids to unlock the $12bn Indian energy efficiency market. Led by Steve Fawkes, the...

Elexon hit by cyber attack

Elexon, the company that plays a central role in the balancing and settlement of the UK power system, has been hit by a cyber...

Free smart metering white paper and webinar

Implementing smart metering systems does not always mean businesses need to replace the entire network, according to software specialist Comarch. The firm invites readers to...

Businesses need to prepare for time of use tariff changes

Changes to time of use tariffs for electricity network charges will kick in from April 2021. Chris Hurcombe, CEO of third party intermediary Catalyst...

Legal & General buys into heat pump firm Kensa

Legal & General Capital has acquired a 36 per cent stake in heat pump firm Kensa as it amasses a portfolio of companies aiming...