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  • Retailers offered cash for water efficient business customers

    Thames Water is offering financial incentives to retailers that encourage business customers to use water more efficiently. The retailers will receive a cash boost if they deliver “measurable savings” with their customers across water-stressed London and the Thames Valley under the new pilot programme expected to run until March 2020. It will reward in-region retailers […]

    Posted at February 8, 2019 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on Retailers offered cash for water efficient business customers
  • Carlsberg pours away fifth of emissions since 2015

    Carlsberg has poured away a fifth of its emissions since 2015. The brewer of brands including Tuborg, Holsten and Birrell has slashed its carbon footprint by 20% and limited its water waste by 9% as part of a series of sustainability goals, as well as now sourcing around 46% of its global energy needs from renewable sources. […]

    Posted at February 7, 2019 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on Carlsberg pours away fifth of emissions since 2015
  • Clean energy sector teams up against network charging reform

    The UK’s clean energy industry has teamed up to protest Ofgem’s proposed network charging reform. BEAMA, the Renewable Energy Association (REA), the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE), Tech UK, the Solar Trade Association (STA) and RenewableUK have joined forces to call on Secretary of State Greg Clark to review the government’s plans and provide market […]

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