In recent years, the United Kingdom has been at the forefront of a green revolution, particularly in the realm of transportation. As concerns about climate change and environmental sustainability continue to grow, the spotlight is shining brightly on Electric Vehicles (EVs) and the infrastructure that supports their widespread adoption.

Expanding the scope of the relief – electrical battery storage In a much-needed move towards energy efficiency, the government has unveiled plans to grant VAT relief on the installation of energy storage batteries. The government will be expanding the relief by bringing the following technologies within scope: The relief will also be extended to the […]

UK’s U-Turn Rishi Sunak has announced plans to ‘slow down’ the UK’s Net Zero transition, while still claiming that 2050 targets will be met. Sunak’s announcement unfortunately reintroduced politics into climate policy, ending a carefully crafted cross-party, cross-sector, science-based consensus. While the government’s call to hold a sensible and public debate around net-zero was welcomed, […]

Renewable Rubbish The news has been littered (pardon the pun) with news about the first decommissioned wind turbine blades in Scotland being put into indefinite storage until a viable zero waste solution can be found. These follow similar exposés on solar panels piling up in landfill, attracting considerable concern around the ability for renewable energy […]

EVs & Net Zero by 2030 2030 has been set at the deadline when all production of petrol or diesel vehicles should be ceased in order to meet global Net Zero targets. However, in an ideal world this gap would be swiftly filled by the uptake of electrical vehicles (E.V.s), allowing us to carry out […]

The Project In 2024 Spain is planning to begin the main construction phase of a new urban park covering 145,000 square metres in the Capital Madrid. Covering the northern region of the city, the project has been aptly named Madrid’s Nuevo Norte. One of Europe’s largest urban renewal initiatives, the project has been negotiated for […]

Natural is Better The building sector has been estimated responsible for 35% of global energy usage and 40% of energy related CO2 emissions. However, bio-integrated and bio-climatic building design is becoming an increasingly attractive opportunity for climate change adaptation and mitigation and meeting net zero targets, particularly the use of bioactive elements on buildings’ façades. […]

Earlier today, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak made the announcement that the UK will be moving more towards Nuclear based energy. Boosting jobs, reducing household bills and promoting Renewable energy sources. In his LinkedIn post, he said – We’re going nuclear (energy)!    Last year, Grant Shapps and I took historic steps to revive the nuclear industry.   We did so […]

We’re proud to announce that we have achieved the Planet Mark Business Certification, furthering our commitment to reduce our impact on society. This is an incredible achievement involving the entire business.  The Planet Mark Business Certification is an internationally recognised sustainability certification for all organisations acknowledging continuous progress, encouraging action and building an empowered community of like-minded […]

A bright future for Sustainability in 2023 Solar Power Goes Mainstream After being around for decades, Solar has always been a niche technology, with limited applications in certain regions. However, 2023 so far has seen a significant increase in the adoption of solar power, with more and more countries investing in large-scale projects. The cost […]

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