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To build a country that works for everyone, sustainability must be brought back into focus

Tanuja Randery
President - UK & Ireland at Schneider Electric

Earlier this month Foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, signed the agreement to ratify the Paris Climate agreement, firmly re-stating the UK’s...

Autumn Statement 2016: A reflection

Matt Davies
UK Managing Principal at Ramboll Environ

Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first (and last) Autumn Statement provided little of direct relevance to the environmental sector, but...

Smart Meters: An opportunity to rebuild trust with customers

Richard Evans
Vice President – Operations at Convergys UK

When the Government committed to every home having a smart meter by 2020, it was seen as a positive move. Aimed at both empowering consumers and...

Brexit: a death knell for the circular economy?

Caroline Hand
Lead commentator- Croner-I Environment and Sustainability at Wolters Kluwer (UK) Limited

At this point after the Referendum, the only thing that is certain is uncertainty. Caroline Hand looks at the options and makes some...

Who do you think is transforming utilities?

Ellen Bennett
Content Director - Utilities Portfolio at Faversham House

Transformation and flexibility are not optional for utilities as they face the challenges ahead: they are the key to survival. This is the...

The seven deadly sins of energy management

David Hall
Head of Procurement at Great Annual Savings Group

Last week’s UK Energy Savings Week (31 October – 6 November 2016) has made businesses think about making savings on their gas and...

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