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Global Climate Strike Day

Global Climate Strike Day

Today millions of children are expected to join a global climate strike. Protesters are demanding an “end to the age of fossil fuels and climate justice for everyone”. The event has been sparked by campaigner Greta Thunberg, who is attending a protest in New York.

The Heat Pump Market Is Growing

The Heat Pump Market Is Growing

The latest industry analysis has shown that in 2018 the heat pump market grew by over 20% in units delivered compared to 2017. This growth is excellent news for the heat pump industry, as well as the environment, as heat pumps make significant carbon savings compared to traditional fossil fuel alternatives. It is also a sign of the times, as more customers are switching away from fossil fuel boilers and installing energy efficient heat pumps in their homes.

UK Government to Commit to 2050 Net Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions

UK Government to Commit to 2050 Net Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Following on from our blogs where we shared the latest advice from the Committee on Climate Change, we are delighted to share the news that the UK Government will be the first country in the world to write into law a net zero emissions target.

Oil & Gas Set To Be Out-priced by Renewables by 2020

Oil & Gas Set To Be Out-priced by Renewables by 2020

According to Swanson’s Law, solar PV tends to become 20% cheaper for every doubling of cumulative shipped volume. Solar energy costs have continued to decrease steeply for decades. in 1977 solar panels cost $77 per watt, compare that to 2016 where the cost had fallen as low as $0.36 per watt.

Bosch Global to be carbon neutral from 2020

Bosch Global to be carbon neutral from 2020

Bosch is to be fully carbon-neutral as early as next year. Bosch has over 400 locations worldwide made up of engineering, manufacturing and administrative facilities, and none of these will leave a carbon footprint from the start of the next decade.