Green Building Encyclopedia has won the RISE Award 2016

Brian Murphy of the Green Building Encyclopedia is a longstanding TGR member and also a TGR Steering Group member and has just won the Rise Award 2016.

The Rise Awards recognise, promote and reward the talented groups and individuals who are shaping the future of our industry through extensive research,innovation, Sustainability and Enterprise. GBE has won in the catagory of Behavioural Change

A success story! - Renewable energy 'smashes' records in 2015

The Guardian yesterday reported that renewable energy for last year has beaten global records, with an upsurge in new wind, solar and hydro plants and capacity.

Some of the facts:

• Around 147 Gigawatts of renewable electricity came online in 2015 – this is the biggest ever annual increase.

• Clean energy investment increased to £198bn – 56% of this being solar energy, and 38 % wind power.

Green Register member Nick Lloyd at Waves of Change event 2nd of July

Held at The Crystal in London, the Waves of Change event provides the opportunity to attend workshops, discussions and entertainment based around peace, sustainability and environmental issues.

Green Register member Nick Lloyd will be involved in the World Cafe workshop, which will look more specifically at eco technology, eco systems and eco solutions.

25 – 29 April 2016; Green Sky Thinking, London

Green Sky Thinking is a week long, London-wide events programme for built environment and property professionals, organised by Open-City.

Since 2011, the week programmes 50+ events that showcase sustainable design solutions for London’s current built environment challenges. Unlike conferences or tradeshows the events are informal and on-site project talks, thereby providing 'real' exemplars for the industry to learn from.

Brighton based TGR members ARCH-angels Architects awarded planning permission for an “Architectually Outstanding” Eco home in rural Hampshire

A scheme 6 years in the making and conceived of by its architects as a blueprint for the ‘country house of the future', has been granted planning permission at appeal by the Planning Inspectorate. Judging the design for the cutting edge eco home as ‘Architecturally outstanding’, Inspector L Gibbons has granted permission in accordance with Paragraph 55 of the National Planning Policy Framework.

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