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New Delta-ee electric vehicle research predicts public chargers to account for only 8% of charging

New research uncovers how drivers will behave and what it means for charging infrastructure, utilities and the electricity system

Delta-ee (Delta Energy and Environment), the specialist ‘new energy’... more

How businesses can save money on their energy costs

We all need it and we all complain about how much the prices continue rising taking a chunk out of our business’s profit margin. As a small business owner every penny counts and we justifiably ... more

RHI Reforms: What they mean for GSHP’s & you

The long-awaited reforms to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) regulations have successfully passed through Parliament and came into effect on 22 May 2018.

Impacting both the Domestic and Non ... more

Thermography training for the UK and Ireland

FLIR ITC, an accredited authorised training organisation for the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing, has just released forthcoming dates and venues for its Category 1 and 2 thermography ... more

Theresa May MP opens the UK’s first biomass training facility at a further education college

Last week, Theresa May MP officially opened The Energy Centre at Berkshire College of Agriculture, Maidenhead – the UK’s first renewable energy training facility at a Further Education college.

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Utilitywise’s research team successfully predicts all three ‘Triads’ over the 2017-18 winter period

UK’s largest supplier of electricity, EDF Energy, signs major deal with UD Group

Detailed data analysis allows businesses to save money on their energy bills.

National Grid has published the ‘Triad’ results for the 2017-18 winter period, and Utilitywise correctly predicted the ... more

UD Group has agreed a major contract with EDF Energy, the UK’s largest producer of low-carbon electricity. EDF Energy is the biggest supplier of electricity by volume in Great Britain and the largest ... more

Latest gov stats show carbon emissions have fallen 43%, but UK not on track to meet 2030 goals

On 29th March, the government released their latest statistics on carbon emissions, which showed that greenhouse gas emissions have fallen 43 per cent since 1990. However, while this figure sounds ... more

 
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