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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

University of St Andrews to slash carbon footprint

The University of St Andrews has embarked on a £3.75m energy conservation overhaul to reduce its carbon footprint by 950 tonnes a year and save £650,000, a year in operating costs.

Among the energy ... more

Preparing energy management systems for all seasons

This year has been one of real seasonal changes for the UK, with the nation experiencing both very cold and very hot weather patterns over the last twelve months. In March, the infamous ‘Beast from ... more

The smart money is on Trend at SKYCITY Auckland

As one of New Zealand’s premier attractions, SKYCITY Auckland is a multi-venue, multi-purpose entertainment facility and home to the stunning SkyTower. When it came to updating its building controls ... more

Orchard Energy offers guidance to help businesses avoid new charges

Utility management specialist Orchard Energy has warned businesses that they face the prospect of paying significantly more for energy that exceeds their assigned capacity, following new measures to ... more

Itron Aquadis+ Mechanical Water Meter Range, updated for 2017

Lancashire based Glaston Compressor Services supplies world class manufacturer of precision springs Force Technology

The Itron Aquadis+ range of mechanical water flow meters are suitable for both primary and secondary domestic billing due to their approval to the OIML R49 standard and European MID - Directive 2004/... more
Force Technology is a leading technological consultancy company and a world class specialist supplier of precision springs. Their aim is to be the world’s most technically advanced and innovative ... more

The future of energy efficiency for the Internet of Things

The number of connected devices in use, forming the Internet of Things (IoT), is rising rapidly. Gartner predicts 6.4 billion connected ‘things’ will be in use worldwide before the end of 2016. At an ... more

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