The Scottish government has announced a ban on fracking operations to allow a full public consultation on the controversial matter.
Lancashire County Council has accepted a request by energy firm Cuadrilla to defer decisions on two fracking applications.
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Hot on the heels of a series the regional debates, the IET Energy and Built Environment sectors are collaborating on a series of initiatives around ‘the future of urban heat’. Join us as we engage with industry partners and stakeholders around decarbonising heating, cooling and power. Contact Gordon Graham.
The 2014 Low Carbon Networks and Innovation (LCNI) Conference was held at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on 20-22 October 2014. It was organised by the Energy Networks Association, on behalf of Ofgem and the network operators was co-hosted by Scottish and Southern Energy Power Division.
The IET’s “Future of Urban Heat” debate tackled the key technological, economic, political and consumer issues around the future challenge of decarbonising heat in the UK.
Held in London on 4 December 2014 as part the IET “Future Intelligent Cities” conference, the debate concluded with a ‘call to action’ to bring together a community of industry experts, stakeholder groups and interested parties to collaborate, share knowledge and campaign around heat.
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