The increasing demand for sustainability, in relation to products and processes, is leading to rapid changes in policies, laws, and regulations around the world.
In the European Union, buildings independently are considered to be the largest consumer, accounting for 40% of energy consumption and 36% of the generated carbon emissions.
Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) are an official standard for reporting the environmental effects of a product over its lifecycle.
With EU Taxonomy, companies and financial market participants have a significant opportunity to contribute positively to the battle to mitigate climate change.
Technology has had a positive impact on almost every aspect of human life. Now, we need its help more than ever as we struggle to overcome our biggest challenge to date – climate change.
Energy storage can play a pivotal role in offsetting fossil fuel dependency and safeguarding the future of our planet.
As we work towards the goal of net-zero emissions by the year 2050, more and more businesses are realising the importance of energy usage reduction.
The built environment accounts for approximately 25% of global CO2 emissions and if we are to reach our international net-zero target by 2050 building owners have to take action now.
Lawler Group is comprised of Lawler Consulting, a successful multi-disciplinary building services engineering firm, and Lawler Sustainability an energy services company.
Fingal County Council has taken another positive step in its efforts to reduce its energy consumption by engaging Lawler Sustainability to deliver significant energy efficiency upgrades for the Civic Offices in Blanchardstown and County Hall in Swords.
The recent COP26 summit held in Edinburgh has outlined the importance of climate change and has increased the pressure on countries and their industries such as construction to work together and deliver on sustainability strategies whether that be on a national, corporate, or personal scale.
This partnership allows our Vision system to be able to fully integrate with Centrica Business Solutions’ Panoramic Power wireless sensors.