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Could looming new energy efficiency standards spark a green rental market?


The impending creation of a new energy efficiency regulation for UK properties could trigger the emergence of a green rental market, a leading credit rating agency has claimed.

BNEF: Energy storage market to double six times by 2030


The global energy storage market looks to mirror the rapid growth the solar industry experienced between 2000 and 2015, with a new Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) report predicting that the energy storage market will double six times by 2030.

Five ways Tesla's new models can revolutionise the EV market


Elon Musk's surprise double reveal of a new Tesla supercar and electric semi-truck made waves over the weekend. Here, edie examines how the models could transform the EV sector in the years ahead.

London buses to be powered by waste coffee grounds


London buses will soon transport people around the capital using a fuel partly derived from waste coffee grounds, after Royal Dutch Shell and Bio-bean agreed a deal with Transport for London (TfL).

Formula One fridge technology to drive energy savings for Sainsbury's


Sainsbury's will become the first UK supermarket to rollout an F1 inspired fridge technology which is expected to drastically reduce the energy needed for cooling.

UK surges into top 10 low-carbon electricity rankings


Britain has for the first time entered the top 10 rankings of a league table which compares large and industrialised countries on the carbon content of power supplies.

Housebuilders 'cheating the public' over energy efficiency standards, claims Lord Deben


Some of the biggest UK private housebuilding firms have faced criticism from the Chairman of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) for delivering new homes that allegedly fail to meet energy efficiency standards.

Microsoft shoots for Paris Agreement with 75% emissions reduction goal


Microsoft has pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 75% by 2030, in a move that will align the technology company's decarbonisation strategy with the 2C pathway target of the Paris Agreement.

Demand response: edie relaunches free business guide


Organisations with an interest in using demand response to manage energy use now have access to an updated 'edie Explains' guide which breaks down all of the key information required to deploy the technology.

World Energy Outlook: Seven key trends shaping the low-carbon economy


A rising electrification of energy, rapid deployment of renewable energy sources, and a steady decline of the coal industry are all predicted as major shifts in the global energy scene over the next 25 years in the International Energy Association's (IEA) annual flagship publication.

Kellogg's commits to 100% renewable electricity


Food giant Kellogg's has become the latest multinational to pledge to source all of its electricity needs from renewable sources.

Street lamp charging network to power EVs in central London


Electric vehicle (EV) charging facilities which draw on 100% renewable energy from street lamp posts are set to be placed on the streets of Kensington and Chelsea, creating the largest network of its kind in central London.

Fossil fuel burning set to hit record high in 2017, scientists warn


The burning of fossil fuels around the world is set to hit a record high in 2017, climate scientists have warned, following three years of flat growth that raised hopes that a peak in global emissions had been reached.

UK Government backs 'virtual power plant' platform and robotics research


Battery developers Moixa has secured government funding to expand its flexible energy platform that transforms third-party batteries and electric vehicles (EVs) into "virtual power plants", while the UK Government has also unveiled an £84m fund for robotics and energy innovation.

New Philips wireless connected lighting system could deliver 'huge' energy savings


Philips Lighting has launched a new wireless connected lighting system which could help workplaces cut energy usage on lighting by up to 70%.

EU accused of 'gifting' car industry with weak emission cuts goal


As evidence shows that one-third of VW cars with 'defeat devices' remain unfixed, EU policymakers have come under criticism for "gifting" the car industry with ineffective new regulation over low-emission vehicle uptake.

Is your business energy-resilient? edie to host free webinar on 30 November


Energy management experts from M&S, Landsec and Centrica Business Solutions will be discussing the practical steps businesses can take to ensure energy resilience in a live, interactive edie webinar later this month.

EU and California to discuss linking carbon markets


The EU and California are beginning talks to potentially create a common carbon market that could also include China.

Government faces fresh air quality legal case


The Government is being taken to court for the third time by environmental lawyers over the UK's illegal levels of toxic air pollution.

HSBC pledges $100bn to sustainable finance


As Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) releases findings showing that energy investment in emerging markets suffered its largest year-on-year decline, HSBC has pledged to provide $100bn in sustainable financing by 2025 - as part of a new batch of climate-related commitments.