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Scotland school receives building upgrade

Distech Controls has recently completed equipping St Columba’s School with a smart and integrated building management system (BMS) to reduce energy costs, while providing a comfortable learning ... more
Building Management

Poor indoor air quality a major contributor to sick building syndrome 

Facilities Managers are being urged to consider the benefits of a reliable ventilation system, in light of the news that poor indoor air quality is contributing to the return of sick building ... more

Manufacturers take control of energy saving

A new research paper from Siemens Financial Services (SFS) says innovative Energy as a Service solutions can help UK manufacturers save up £5.6bn over the next five years.

The report, entitled ... more


Enel inaugurates largest wind facility in Greece

Enel, through its Greek renewables subsidiary, Enel Green Power Hellas, (EGPH), has connected its new Kafireas wind farm complex to the grid.

It is the largest of its kind in the country, with ... more

Green Energy & CHP

Major solar partnership announced in Spain

Battery manufacturer Exide Technologies has announced a major new solar installation to power its factory at San Esteban de Gormaz in Soria, Spain. The installation will enable Exide to draw much of ... more
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Energy management innovation nominated for award

Optimal Monitoring has been nominated by the Retail Energy Forum as one of three short listed finalists for the prestigious Wright Commission Award for its EMMA AI (Artificial Intelligence) solution.

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Offshore energy infrastructure research unveiled

A consortium of five universities, working with 35 industrial and innovation partners, has unveiled the latest results from its multimillion-pound research collaboration.

The largest academic ... more


ZF Energy Harvesting Bluetooth Low Energy Switch at Internet of Things Seminars

From medical to industrial, every market is being disrupted by the Internet of Things (IoT). Along with their partners and distributors, ON Semiconductor will host a series of technical seminars in ... more

Maintenance: Prevention is Better than Cure

If you owned a Mercedes would you take it to your local Halfords for a service? Probably not. You would more likely, use the nearest specialist garage, experienced and competent in fixing your ... more

Wholesale Energy Savings For Transgourmet

TransGourmet is a European food wholesaler supplying fresh produce to leading food outlets. The wholesaler required a state-of-the-art lighting solution for its new 25,000²m warehouse facility in St ... more

The University of Edinburgh increases protection and reduces its energy use with KUP

Since it opened its doors in 1583, The University of Edinburgh has been at the forefront of Scottish higher education. From Nobel laureates and Olympic champions to space explorers and prime ... more

How Much Does UPS Efficiency Actually Cost?

By David Bond, Chairman, CENTIEL UK Ltd

The operating efficiency of UPS solution and its total cost of ownership are closely linked and the most environmentally friendly systems enjoy ongoing ... more


PowerBreaker – still the forefront of RCD Technology

Further amendments to the safety standards BS7288-2016 are due at the end of November 2019 and GreenBrook are the first to ensure their PowerBreaker RCD products adhere to the latest regulations. ... more

Kao Data Announces Paul Finch as Interim CEO as it Enters Next Phase of Data Centre Expansion at its North East London Campus

Paul Finch becomes Interim CEO to lead the company through the next phase of development and expansion.

Professional services consultants have been instructed to initiate pre-construction activities ... more


Uninterruptible Power Supply

Two new DC UPS compact modules from Bicker Elektronik (ensure the uninterruptible power supply of DC loads such as low-power embedded IPCs, gateways, motors, sensors, actuators or cameras in the ... more

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

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


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


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

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

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