James Close interviews Home Retail Group’s David Medori

How do energy managers get their message across to boards and what are the big issues they need to look at? Ernst & Young’s James Close took a look at this with David Medori of the Home Retail Group at Energy Live 2012.

Sustainability key for ‘international competitiveness’

British businesses need to be more sustainable if they want to be “internationally competitive”. That’s the view of James Close, a partner at Ernst & Young, who told ELN firms in the UK should look at energy sources with lower costs to be able to compete at an international level. He stressed sustainability isn’t just […]

Ernst & Young welcomes CBI’s green report

Ernst & Young has welcomed the CBI’s report about maximising the potential of green businesses in the country. The global services provider said it was good to see the CBI put forward the figure of £20 billion on the potential economic contribution of green businesses in the UK. James Close, Lead Partner Sustainability and Cleantech […]

What can we expect from the Clean Energy Ministerial?

Solar power and energy efficiency could be big on the agenda at talks to be held in London this week by leading energy ministers from around the globe. The third Clean Energy Ministerial is being hosted in London by Energy Secretary Ed Davey and his American counterpart, Energy Secretary Steven Chu. The talks are a chance for […]