Academics partner with BRE to forecast Wales’s future carbon emissions Scientists from Cardiff University are developing a tool to forecast Wales’s greenhouse gas emissions over the next 30 years. Together with world-leading multi-disciplinary building science centre, BRE, the academics are developing the tool on behalf of Welsh Government, who will use it to inform the setting of appropriate targets and carbon budgets for the entire country and quantify policies
In an exciting move designed to react to recent changes in the market as well as further improve customer service and support, Myriad CEG Group has restructured its business to incorporate an extended range of power producing technologies and low carbon solutions and launched a new website. Well known for its biomass offering, the restructure will see the introduction of additional low-carbon and CHP gas renewable solutions by Myriad
As part of an on-going relationship, Rural Energy has installed its third biomass boiler at the historic Welbeck estate in Nottinghamshire, helping to further reduce energy costs and cut carbon emissions. The Welbeck estate in North Nottinghamshire occupies a vast 15,000 acres and includes ancient woodland, forestry and farmland. At its heart lies Welbeck Village, home to some of the UK’s most important rural listed buildings. For many years coal
Brexit has come as a shock to the UK and the world. UK’s decision to leave the EU is shaking up markets and will have wide-ranging impacts across all industries. Speculations have been flying about how the UK’s carbon commitments might be affected. In the midst of this post-Brexit uncertainty, and less than one week after the referendum, the UK Government announced its approval of the fifth carbon budget.