Our series on delivering the Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation, supported by EDF Energy, continued with this event.
As the energy efficiency programme begins, DECC launches a public engagement campaign to raise awareness and trust for the Green Deal.
As CERT and CESP finish in 2012, this event explored what lessons from these programmes can be used to successfully deliver ECO.
Future of London is delighted to announce a new series of roundtable discussions focussing on driving demand for energy efficiency improvements across the Capital.
This new essay collection considers what London can learn from the ‘Danish model’ of Decentralised Energy networks.
As part of our London2062 collaboration, University College London’s Sofie Pelsmakers considers the effects of global warming in relation to London’s future housing design challenges.
Future of London launches its latest report examining the delivery challenges associated with the Green Deal and ECO.
Future of London and University College London held the first in a series of events convening academics and practitioners to examine the challenges facing London over the next fifty years.
We held the second in our series on driving demand for the Green Deal in London, focusing on communities. We heard from: Energise Barnet, the CIC working closely with Barnet Council to engage their communities in energy efficiency; EDF energy, on lessons from implementing the London Warm Zone; and the … Read more
Luke Hildyard outlines the key features of Green Deal and ECO, and the potential roles that London Boroughs could play in their delivery.
There is a real danger that London will not receive its fair share of the forthcoming Energy Company Obligation (ECO). ECO is a Government scheme that will mandate the major energy suppliers to deliver specified carbon and fuel poverty reduction targets from homes, estimated to be worth £1.3 billion a … Read more