October 2016 Archive

Why carbon emissions are important to business

Why carbon emissions are important to business

Posted on 31st Oct 2016 by Ged Ennis

Any modern business is likely to feature low carbon strategies in their business plan. In today’s world, businesses want to play their part in a sustainable future by helping the UK cut its carbon emissions. Carbon emissions don’t just impact the environment either – they impact the finances and livelihood of every business too. But […]

When will the global demand for energy peak?

When will the global demand for energy peak?

Posted on 24th Oct 2016 by Ged Ennis

A new report, published by the World Energy Council, suggests that per-capita global energy demand will peak sooner than we think. The report says that we will see primary energy demand peak before 2030, with demand per person for energy falling after 2030. The report findings offer a stark contrast to historic growth levels, which […]

Should solar power play a bigger role in the UK power market?

Should solar power play a bigger role in the UK power market?

Posted on 19th Oct 2016 by Ged Ennis

At Low Carbon Energy, we believe that solar has a bright future. Not only is solar affordable; it’s well suited to all businesses and domestic needs. New research also supports the viability of solar, showing that its already impressive offerings can be boosted too. The research reveals that solar power could play a much bigger […]

A guide to solar panel installation

A guide to solar panel installation

Posted on 11th Oct 2016 by Ged Ennis

Looking for a way to reduce the cost of your energy bills, reduce your green emissions and do your bit for the environment? Switching your power supply to solar can help you achieve all three of these things. And while the idea of solar panels may seem a little alien to you right now, the […]

Why energy matters to business

Why energy matters to business

Posted on 3rd Oct 2016 by Ged Ennis

With all the uncertainty in the UK today, it pays to think about energy supply. Think about it: if you can control a major element of your costs and gain independence from arbitrary pricing, you’ll be winning in the long run. While energy supply was once one of the factors businesses had no choice over, […]

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