Coronavirus: Tracking how the world’s ‘green recovery’ plans aim to cut emissions. In many countries governments are now looking towards recovery
A BWCE Living with Renewables event exploring how we can be more flexible in our energy use
Are you planning to install a heat pump or an EV charging point?
‘Covid, Climate and Change’ from Simon Forsyth, Energy Group. What effect will it have on our climate? Read the piece here In Q1 2020, renewables became Britain’s main power source for the first time ever – more here
On 28 November a packed St Margarets Hall heard our prospective parliamentary candidates answer questions ranging from bus and car travel to cleaner energy
Warm and Safe Wiltshire (here) is a service provided by the Centre for Sustainable Energy on behalf of Wiltshire Council and Swindon Borough Council.
Bradford-on-Avon Domestic Solar PV Offer
One of the key issues facing CFB’s aim to help Bradford-on-Avon’s carbon neutral commitment is to see a widespread take-up of solar systems
Energy from Waste – the Westbury Northacre plant
You may well be aware that a planning application for the construction of an advanced Energy from Waste (EfW) plant at Westbury
Clive Tomlinson spoke at our November 2018 evening meeting. He works for Swanbarton, a company which specialises in energy storage.
The air quality in our towns is not great. Zero emission Electric Vehicles (EV) can help but unfortunately many of us have no driveway to charge them. Well, a solution may be just around the street corner. Ubitricity, a Berlin based business, is rolling out a network of lamppost based chargers following trials in London … Read more