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Net Zero APPG – Scaling up Net Zero Homes and Buildings

Net Zero APPG – Scaling up Net Zero Homes and Buildings

Written by SEA Chief Executive Jade Lewis What policies would unlock and accelerate a just transition to Net Zero homes and buildings and deliver greener, healthier homes, buildings and communities? For those of you who don’t know the Sustainable Energy Association,...

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SEA Technology Agnostic Event (October 2022)

SEA Technology Agnostic Event (October 2022)

Our Policy Advisor, Ben Copson, launched our recent Technology Agnostic Event, discussing the context for technology agnosticism in the current government and political landscape. Read Ben's speech: Political Climate: I think it is of no surprise to anybody in this...

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Priorities for increasing energy security in the UK – addressing key challenges, industry role and obligations, energy efficiency, mitigating impact on business and consumers, and the future of net-zero policy ambitions

Priorities for increasing energy security in the UK – addressing key challenges, industry role and obligations, energy efficiency, mitigating impact on business and consumers, and the future of net-zero policy ambitions

Our Chief Executive, Jade Lewis, recently spoke at the Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum policy conference to discuss the priorities for UK energy security. Read Jade's speech: Priorities for increasing energy security On the 7th of April this...

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Bridging the Healthy Homes Gap

Bridging the Healthy Homes Gap

Our Chief Executive Jade Lewis explores the policy gaps/solutions for delivering healthy buildings in a recent speech for APPGHHB. The most significant gap around government policy and health and well-being is the fact that health and well-being is not viewed as a...

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The Complex Issue of Heat Decarbonisation

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change, has recently warned that ‘global warming of 1.5°C and 2°C will be exceeded during the 21st century unless deep reductions in carbon...

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