electrification

Is the UK clearing a pathway to more electrification?

Rinnai’s Chris Goggin reviews the UK’s approach to extending and enhancing electrical grid connections to recently constructed renewable energy projects. He looks at how focus could be applied to the potential impact on UK customer options. For more opinion pieces on UK energy and policy subscribe to our newsletter today www.rinnai-uk.co.uk/contact-us/newsletter-sign Every major country is […]

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Using energy at the right time can save 40 million tons of CO2 emissions annually in the UK & EU

New study by Danfoss shows roll-out of demand-side flexibility technology can achieve annual societal cost savings of €10.5 billion by 2030, and 7% savings on electricity bills for households: A new analysis commissioned by Danfoss reveals that an ambitious but realistic roll out of demand-side flexibility technology in the EU and UK can save 40 million […]

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Big Interview: Daniela Rendon Ortega, Vice President Digital Buildings Business Development Europe Operations at Schneider Electric

Stuart Duff – Executive Editor at Installer – speaks to Daniela Rendon Ortega, Vice President Digital Buildings Business Development Europe Operations at Schneider Electric, about energy efficiency, sustainability, and electrification. Q: You offer products that cover all aspects of smart buildings. How are these integrated to provide an energy-efficient solution? Daniela: Schneider Electric’s solutions are […]

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Are gas-free homes closer than we think? – Tim Pollard unfiltered

In his exclusive column,  Tim Pollard takes a look at how recent changes in government and industry updates could be the spark for gas-free homes. As a bit of an old stager in the industry, I have seen the merry-go-round of changes whirling around in government. We all got excited when the Department of Energy […]

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Energy Supply chain event reveals need for stable clear energy policy

Industry leaders at a BEAMA event all agreed that there were unprecedented opportunities identified for growth in the UK Energy Supply Chain, but serious issues remain. If the transition is managed with full cross-industry input, integrating private finance, and clear government policy we can open pipelines of investment and improve the resilience of the UK […]

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