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Buildings use 40% of the world's energy and, on average, waste about 30% of that energy. The EU, Canada, over 20 US states and many other governments around the world have legislated that all buildings must be net zero by

Global climate targets might seem almost impossibly ambitious – but with the right technologies, community engagement and strong partnerships, we can bring them within reach. “We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.” So

Industry 4.0 has always been synonymous with recovery and efficiency, which is also declined in terms of energy efficiency: Augmented Reality provides tools that enable the energy assessment of production systems and plants. The current industrial situation sees companies in a

Oil and gas companies are working hard to update their strategies and shift capital in the context of the energy transition. But are they doing enough to change their operating models? Watch this on-demand session to learn how O&G companies

Grain power station, on the Isle of Grain in Kent, is the newest Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) in Uniper’s UK portfolio, having been commissioned in 2011. The current power station replaced Grain-A, a 1320MW oil-fired station, commissioned in the

According to a recent study from market research firm Graphical Research, the Europe smart electric meter market size is poised to expand at substantial CAGR during the forecast period. smart electric meter market in Europe will witness a notable surge

Worldwide global warming is a serious topic of worldwide significance which is the subject of planned US and other mitigating legislative initiatives. From that perspective, carbon capture and store technologies (CCS) becomes an increasingly important means of reducing carbon dioxide

In 2015, the Paris Agreement set the objective of reducing human-caused global warming ideally below 35.6ºF (2ºC increase), with a further ambition of staying below 34.7ºF (1.5ºC increase). To meet this goal, countries and corporations would have to employ "negative

Where and when should a utility trim vegetation near power lines to best reduce the risk of wildfires? When is the most cost-effective time to take a wind turbine out of service for general maintenance? How can customers be convinced