With the number of heat pumps needing to increase dramatically, we explore why the economics don’t add up today and the urgent action needed to address this.
Many reports and articles published recently have assessed the current policy barriers and the range of potential solutions such as more favourable fiscal policy or greater grant support. However, only when you explore the indicative customer economics and business case drivers can you understand the level of support required on an individual project basis, where support is most needed, and how to prioritise action.
How to scale home decarbonisation
We hosted our third Green Buildings and Transport Forum , bringing together 40 attendees from a range of organisations – from energy suppliers and green financers to installers and innovative solutions providers.Read more
Low carbon heating for homes – addressing the challenge
Heating our homes in a greener way is a major challenge, but one we must overcome if the UK is to decarbonise.Read more
Commercial fleet electrification – adoption is accelerating, but barriers remain
With 50% of new car registrations in the UK being registered by businesses, it’s vital for companies to start electrifying their fleets.Read more
Irish decarbonisation and end consumer benefits of Grid-Interactive UPS
A study on the role that data centres can play towards power sector decarbonisation in Ireland using Grid-Interactive UPS, a backup power supply technology.Read more