It’s hard to imagine a scenario in the UK where we run out of water. But experts predict that in 20 years from now, demand for water in the UK will outstrip supply.
Energy prices have just hit the headlines again, this time with the grim news that soaring costs have pushed inflation to a 40-year high. Many UK businesses have been struggling since the autumn because of the drastic change in the energy-buying landscape.
Energy market prices are at a record high, presenting a major risk to corporate bottom lines. Alex Biggerstaff, Risk Manager at BiU explains what’s going
If we act quickly, we can still avoid catastrophe. Scientists are hopeful that if we can cut global emissions in half by 2030 and reach net zero by the middle of this century, we can halt and possibly reverse the rise in temperatures.
This week wholesale energy prices hit a record high, going over £100 per megawatt hour of energy. If you’re a UK business, energy market volatility has serious consequences for your bottom line. Most high-volume corporate energy users without a robust energy strategy are now facing a 30% increase in energy costs.
This year marks the 30th year of wind energy generation in the UK. From 10 turbines in Cornwall, a site now owned by Good Energy, to the recent install of Ørsted’s 1000th, located in the North Sea.
Renewable electricity grew at its fastest rate last year with solar and wind power set to become the new normal going forward, according to a new report by the International Energy Agency.
Insights into the phase out of coal, future energy generation and the proposed Cumbrian coal mine.
The government’s Ten Point Plan for reaching net zero includes a commitment to investing £525m in new nuclear. Where will the money go, and is the government’s spending strategy realistic?
A survey of energy industry professionals has revealed a lack of consensus on nuclear power. While there was a clearer outlook on the current temperature towards electric vehicles.
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