Technological change and consumer behaviour are driving retailers to introduce on-site power generation to control bills, and improve their heating, cooling, lighting and air quality, reports Nick Newman.
The summit was a business forum based on the dual themes of business engagement and thought leadership from some informed speakers in this sector.
“It is likely that we will see more co-operation between local businesses and also community groups, to not only generate energy but also use and even trade in it”
Chris Morris, project manager, Local Energy Scotland
The GCC states are facing up to the challenge of combining energy diversity with security
According to new research, energy suppliers are underestimating the long-term effects that climate change is likely to have on future power demands. The research was published in the September edition of the academic journal Risk Analysis in September 2018. Sayanti Mukherjee, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering at Buffalo, […]