All Posts from May 2016

What’s the agenda?

DECC published their public attitudes survey two weeks ago and it was interesting to see where consumers get their information from about energy efficiency. Friends and family and local installers were two of the most trusted options. But in the digital age, I wondered why well-known sites weren’t as highly regarded. I suspect I know […]

Natural Gas Vehicles will help tackle rise in carbon emissions

“Natural Gas Vehicles can help tackle the rise in carbon emissions”, says Mike Foster, of the Natural Gas Vehicles Network, NGVN. His comments come following reports from the statistics agency Eurostat, that the emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) increased by 0.7% in the European Union last year compared to 2014. Mr Foster continued, “Adopting natural […]

Gas networks don’t just hide assets under ground

When I first got involved in the stakeholder panel of National Grid Gas Distribution, one of the most common complaints from the panel members was that they didn’t realise the network did so much to benefit the wider community. It wasn’t just gas flowing through pipes. And with my engagement with panels run by Wales […]


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