Energy will be a topic we are all very familiar with, whether that is discussing energy bills or looking into renewable alternatives. Energy remains prevalent amongst many media headlines and has been since autumn 2021, when the Energy Crisis emerged. A surge in wholesale gas prices and inefficiency in much of the UK’s housing stock has left millions struggling to pay for their energy bills which, as of October 2023, sees the number of UK households in fuel poverty rise to 6.3 million.View Project
Entering the GreenTech Era
Our report ‘Entering the GreenTech Era’ launched in 2022 and brought together experts from across the GreenTech industry to provide insight on what advancements are emerging to help prevent climate change. The report explored emerging technologies from geothermal energy production to clean mobility, to understand how technology can support alternative, greener methods across all aspects of life. The report goes on to investigate industry adoption, government readiness, funding, and even predictions for the future of the market.
Continuing the GreenTech Conversation
The GreenTech report delivered incredible insight into the market for that point in time, but as with climate conversation and action, it must continue.
Therefore, to keep the conversation surrounding green and clean technologies going, we launched The GreenTech Series, which in every edition will speak to a new eco-warrior who is delivering cutting-edge technology to support businesses or countries’ transition to a net-zero future.
GreenTech Series Editions
Companies across the board from hospitality to hospitals will utilise a range of assets and equipment to support their business operations. Whilst these are crucial to any business, they don’t have a limitless lifespan. In most cases, the average lifespan of commercial equipment ranges between 10-12 years.View Project
The EV market is a vital component of our transition to a carbon-neutral future, and EVs have been a hot topic in the renewal space as they have grown in popularity exponentially over the past few years. 2022 was the strongest performing year for electric car sales, with 14% of all new cars sold globally being electric, a 5% rise over 2021. This growth has meant that there are approximately 26 million electric cars on the open road.View Project