Vital Energi is proud to announce that the Meridian Water Heat Network project has been rated Excellent in the design stage assessment by BREEAM, the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for projects, infrastructure and buildings.
Centrica commits to electrify its 12,000 strong operational fleet by 2025, as part of its commitment to become a net zero organisation.
Vital Energi are delighted to launch a brand-new website which will support organisations at every stage of their energy journey towards net zero and includes a clever carbon calculator which provides guidance on energy savings.
Plans for an energy centre in Liverpool with renewable technologies to help provide low carbon heat and hot water to residents and businesses were approved by Liverpool City Council on 16 February.
Viridor is supporting plans for a new carbon emission-reducing, energy efficient district heating network which will support efforts to tackle climate change by cutting emissions from a new housing development by up to 70 per cent.
Vital Energi today marked a milestone in its investment in the future of decarbonisation, with the announcement of plans to recruit 20 new apprentices in 2021. The company is committed to developing the key industry skills needed to achieve net zero and create a sustainable workforce of the future, as well as helping tackle the post-Covid economic recovery across the UK.
SSEN's flagship TRANSITION project, funded by Ofgem and NIC, is aimed at smoothing the transition from a DNO to a DSO.
Islington Council is calling for potential partners and investors in a smart energy system to register their interest in the GreenSCIES project by 12 February.
Islington Council’s award winning Bunhill Heat Network is expanding. While the existing phase 1 of the network includes a 1.9 MW CHP engine that provides heat to 850 homes, leisure centres and exports electricity to the national grid, the expanded phase 2 utilises waste heat from the London Underground, and can provide heat to a further 500 homes and a primary school.
The Hydrogen Taskforce is delighted to welcome another member to its growing coalition of the UK’s largest organisations that operate and innovate in and across the hydrogen sector. Centrica has joined the Taskforce this January, adding its extensive experience in providing low-carbon and sustainable energy to the UK.