Energy reduction is a priority action area at the top of the IEMA GHG Management hierarchy, essential in helping to achieve and sustain carbon reductions and zero-carbon transition. Energy and associated impacts, often form key environmental aspects within Environmental Management Systems. Issues also extend to challenges such as fuel poverty and security of supply.
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The International Energy Agency (IEA) has revealed that global renewable electricity capacity will expand at a “much faster pace” than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UK's energy regulators are putting billions of pounds of green infrastructure investment at risk by overseeing a market which favours EU energy imports at the expense of home-grown schemes.
The UK's electricity grid was the greenest it's ever been on Easter Monday thanks to a combination of sunny spells, blustery conditions and low energy demand over the holiday weekend.
The value of share offerings in fossil fuel companies dropped by $123bn (£89bn) over the last decade as investors shifted finance towards low-carbon alternatives, new research has found.