Edinburgh-headquartered independent energy company InterGen has been granted consent for the UK’s largest battery energy storage project. The project is more than ten times the size of the UK’s largest operational battery project and is set to be one of the world’s largest. It will provide fast-reacting power and system balancing to support the ongoing growth and integration of renewable energy sources and is a significant piece of system architecture critical to the UK’s transition to Net Zero.
Ramboll is delighted to be working with ClimateXChange, on behalf of the Scottish Government, to review the evidence of how to realise the concept of 20-minute neighbourhoods in Scotland.
Through interviews with New Civil Engineer and Building, Mathew Riley provides his unique perspective on the events of 2020 and where Ramboll and other organisations need to direct their focus now.
Work is underway to deliver Scotland’s biggest and most ambitious regeneration programme.
On a mission to replace concrete with upcycled timber: UK architect and researcher Colin Rose has been given the Flemming Bligaard Award of 65,000 EUR from the Danish Ramboll Foundation for his research contribution to the field of Circular Economy.
While a welcome move, the government’s 10-point plan comes worryingly close to the wire: see our full response.
We were delighted to win the Environment, Sustainability and Waste Reduction Award at Highways UK Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge.
We support the Aldersgate Group’s six key recommendations in their report: Building a net zero emissions economy.
Paradise is one of the UK’s most significant commercial development projects outside of London. The next phase of construction begins with the arrival of huge steel trusses.
The Equator Principles, the framework used by financial institutions to ensure large development projects have properly considered environmental and social impacts, has published a Covid-19 specific Guidance Note, developed by Ramboll.
Here is the latest news in Higher Education covering the growing trend for net zero carbon solutions, and two project updates.