Decarbonisation

COP25 vs COP26: What’s next for global climate change action?

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With the countdown on to the COP26 Summit takes place in Glasgow, it is expected that all eyes will be on the nations at the Summit to progress with negotiations and set ambitious, achievable targets to tackle climate change. Now two years on from the last event, will this year’s summit achieve what COP25 could

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TEAM’s Net Zero and Carbon Reduction Consultancy services helping organisations meet their net zero challenge’s

The science is clear, the UK needs to change its carbon emissions output to tackle the growing climate crisis. The UK has a target to reduce emissions 68% by 2030 and 78% by 2035, with the goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. In response to the mounting pressure to meet these targets, from the

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Stepping up to net zero before it’s too late

Stepping up to net zero before it's too late

As pressure mounts on UK businesses to be working towards the Government’s net zero target, now is the time for them to address how a net zero strategy can become part of their purpose. Whilst 2050 seems like a long way off, mitigating climate change, improving climate resilience, and protecting our planet for the future

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TEAM’s latest consultancy service supports organisations affected by the updated Heat Network Regulations

Following the recent changes in Heat Network legislation to encourage the decarbonisation of district heat networks, we have launched a service to support organisations in assessing their compliance and mitigating the impact on their time and resources. Our new Heat Network Notification service can help organisations understand if they are required to comply with the

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Planning for a green future, looking past the 10-point plan

Timothy Holman

As we see a pathway out of the pandemic, TEAM’s Head of Consultancy, Timothy Holman examines what the Government’s net zero ambition really means to UK businesses and, in a countdown to the climate change summit, COP26, considers how they can be part of the journey to decarbonisation. Two years ago, when the UK became

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A future framework for heat in buildings: call for evidence

future framework for heat in buildings

There is an opportunity for forming Government opinion and having legislation to support the renewables industry by contributing your opinion to the consultation on “A future framework for heat in buildings”. It’s clear that action on decarbonising heat must be increased during the 2020s. So, the Government has declared an ambition to phase out the

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Get the latest Renewable Heat Incentive statistics

Renewable Heat Incentive Statistics

More than 17,500 full applications have been made under the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (RHI) since it opened in 2011, new Renewable Heat Incentive statistics have revealed. According to January’s Renewable Heat Incentive statistics, released by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS); 16,317 have received full accreditations; 15,471 installations have received

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Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI): A Reformed Scheme

RHI A Reformed Scheme

The Government has released its weighty response to the consultation of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI): A Reformed Scheme. TEAM’s RHI Industry Expert Justine Grant explains some of the changes expected to implemented in Spring 2017. In 2015, the Government announced plans to increase funding for the Renewable Heat Incentive from 2016 to 2017. By

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