Climate Change

Energy in 2022

Energy in 2022

Posted on 12th January 2022

As we begin 2022, many of us are still processing the events of 2020, let alone 2021. From an industry perspective, the current energy crisis has added fuel to the fire. Amongst our usual round ups for the year ahead, we explore what the impact of these price increases mean in financial terms, take a look at the new Green Gas Levy and provide a summary of consultations, notices, policies and upcoming legislation that may affect your business.

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Floating Solar PV

Floating Solar PV

Posted on 25th October 2021

As you travel across the country by car or train you will likely notice fields filled with solar panels or large warehouses and other commercial buildings with impressive solar arrays installed across their roofs tops. These are the two most common types of solar PV array are usually what we think of when we talk about large scale solar farms. However, there is a lesser known type of solar farm that is slowly taking off around the world that is likely to become as commonplace as the solar farms we are used to seeing.

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Meat-Free Market

Meat-Free Market

Posted on 4th October 2021

For two-million years humans have been eating meat. It started on the plains of Kenya where archaeologists found crude tools, originally used for nuts and fruits, next to the carcassases of animals. Today, the demand for meat continues. Around 50 - 70bn animals are killed every year. That includes around 50bn chickens, 1.5bn pigs and 1.5bn cows. It is no surprise that, since the early 2000s, China has been the biggest consumer of meat products but most of this growing demand has come from middle income countries; western countries consume around 220 pounds more meat per person compared to some of the poorest African nations.

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Vertical Farming - An Interview With Mathew Howe

Vertical Farming - An Interview With Mathew Howe

Posted on 31st August 2021

Mathew is currently founder of Grobrix. A company that designs and manufactures indoor vertical farms for both home and work. Prior to this he worked at BNP Paribas.

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Out Go The Lights

Out Go The Lights

Posted on 9th August 2021

As part of the government's commitment to tackle climate change, they have announced the ban of halogen light bulbs from September 2021 and high fluorescent light bulbs from September 2023.

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