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Bristol to deliver UK’s first carbon neutral city

Bristol City Leap, an ambitious project to deliver a zero-carbon, smart energy city by 2030, has launched a global search to deliver up to £1bn of investment and provide significant economic benefits ... more
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Energy from waste prize fund launched

A new £2,500 prize fund aimed at attracting new talent into the anaerobic digestion (AD) and energy from waste (EfW) industries has been launched at the RWM exhibition this week.

The Energy from ... more

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Electric Arc - Understand the Risks and Protect Yourself!

Snickers Workwear ProtekWork - Protective Wear vs Workwear

As working clothes on site go, there’s a big difference between conventional electrician’s Workwear and specialist ProtekWork garments ... more

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NEW from Solid Gear – the Onyx Safety Shoes and Boots

Great value safety footwear with the unique BOA closure system for maximum comfort.

Nowadays, good safety footwear is part and parcel of a comfortable day’s work on site – just like good working ... more

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Snickers Workwear’s NEW Loose-fit Stretch Trousers for Maximum Mobility On-site

Hi-tech stretch fabrics and ergonomic designs ensure close quarter mobility at work.

With a range of new AllroundWork stretch trousers available throughout the UK, there’s plenty of flexibility for ... more

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New FLIR T860 high-performance thermal camera streamlines industrial inspections

Thermal camera’s onboard inspection route software automates surveys & simplifies reporting.

FLIR Systems has announced the FLIR T860, the latest addition to the high-performance T-Series ... more

Inspection & Measurement

Is a heating engineer same as a plumber? Which one do I call?

Sometimes it’s tough to determine whether you should call a heating engineer or a plumber to fix a certain problem in a building. With these two roles seeming a bit similar there are some important ... more
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Ørsted and partners secure government funding for hydrogen project

Ørsted, together with ITM Power and Element Energy, has won funding from the UK government for a green hydrogen project.

The Gigastack feasibility study, led by ITM Power, is a six-month project ... more

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Smith Brothers enlisted for Little Staughton solar project

High-voltage power contractor, Smith Brothers has been appointed by NextEnergy Solar Fund as the Independent Connection Provider (ICP) on a new solar-generation project.

The Yorkshire-based ... more

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Energy switching service helps boost charities

A national energy and telecoms switching consultancy has helped businesses to save over £80,000 on their energy bills and reinvested £16,000 in grants to their charity customers, thanks to its ... more
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Offshore windfarm project opens base at Humberside Airport

Ørsted is officially opening the Hornsea Two Offshore Construction Base (HTOCB) today at Humberside Airport in Lincolnshire.

The building, formerly a police station at the airport, will now ... more

Green Energy & CHP

How can ISO 50001:2018 help businesses comply with ESOS

Steve Stubley, technical director from Alcumus ISOQAR explains the relationship between ISO 50001 and the Energy Savings Opportunities Scheme ESOS compliance, and how the standard paves the way for a ... more
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Hydrogen-powered distillery to produce sustainable gin

An environmentally friendly gin distillery could use hydrogen power to produce sustainable gin as part of £390m government investment to reduce emissions from industry.

The HySpirits project ... more

Green Energy & CHP

Smart meter installation programme for small businesses launched

Energy Assets is bringing the benefits of latest generation smart metering (SMETS2) to micro businesses up and down the country.

The company, which specialises in advanced industrial and ... more

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Food waste management gets greener

A new anaerobic digestion and de-packaging plant will process 70,000 tonnes of food waste collected from restaurants, food manufacturers and processors in the North East, significantly reducing miles ... more
Green Energy & CHP

Construction begins on Chile’s largest solar plant

Enel, through its renewable subsidiary Enel Green Power Chile, has began the construction of its new solar photovoltaic (PV) plant, Campos del Sol.

With approximately 382MW of installed ... more

Green Energy & CHP

Thermal imaging detects insulation defects to optimise cold storage

Gubba Cold Storage offers its customers cold storage facilities for a wide range of products, from plant seeds to pharmaceuticals. Every product has its own prescribed storage requirements so it is ... more
Inspection & Measurement

Renewables to represent 30 per cent of US capacity by 2030

The contribution of renewable power to total installed capacity in the US is expected to double from 15 per cent in 2018 to 30 per cent by 2030, reaching a total of 442.8 gigawatt (GW).

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UK-China symposium on clean energy utilisation and storage

British experts from academia and industry joined their Chinese counterparts for the second UK-China symposium on clean energy utilisation and energy storage.

Over 100 delegates gathered at the ... more

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Germany pledges €100m a year for sustainable energy technology testing

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy has chosen 20 energy research consortiums to be eligible for €100m a year in state funds.

Their selection came after a nationwide ... more

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