May 4, 2020
The smart meter rollout is on 'shaky ground' - and that was the case even before the coronavirus pandemic brought things to a standstill.
That's the suggestion from Joel Stark, Managing Director at Stark, who spoke to ELN to discuss the effects of the pandemic on the UK's energy sector and how it would likely affect the course of the industry moving into the future.
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March 2, 2020
Heat decarbonisation needs to be at the heart of our energy future if we are to meet our 2050 target. That’s the view of Richard Burrell, CEO of AMP Clean […]
February 26, 2020
The first step in decarbonisation is digitising the energy system.
That's according to Angus Flett, Chief Executive Officer of Smart DCC, who spoke to ELN Editor Sumit Bose about the smart meter rollout and its importance in driving down emissions across the economy.
February 18, 2020
Robotic process automation could change the face of utility management by automating the way in which we manage energy bills and even procurement itself.
That's the suggestion from Catalyst Commercial Services - we spoke to Chief Executive Officer Chris Hurcombe and Chief Commercial Officer Scott Pickavance about the independent energy consultancy's place in the market and the innovative new products it is bringing to its customers.
January 17, 2020
Energy Live Expo 2019 at the QEII Centre in Westminster centred around a panel debate discussing the energy sector's most pressing issues - if you couldn't attend the event or if you would like to relisten to the panel in its entirety, you can stream or download the podcast just below.
January 13, 2020
Energy Minister Kwasi Kwarteng was the headline speaker for Energy Live Expo 2019 at the QEII Centre in Westminster - if you couldn't attend the event or if you would like to relisten to his speech in its entirety, you can stream or download the podcast right here.
In a wide-ranging speech to hundreds of industry delegates, he said the UK has already made considerable progress on the journey to net zero – he noted it has already cut carbon dioxide emissions by around 45% since 1990, despite the economy growing by two-thirds over this time.