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New relationship manager to join Team Energy

Chris Davies has been employed by Team Energy as service delivery manager to manage a number of customer relationships in line with their customer service strategy to support the ongoing growth of ... more

New appointment at Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric has promoted Pankaj Sharma to succeed Dave Johnson as executive vice president of its Secure Power Division effective from 1 January, 2020. Sharma, who was senior vice president, ... more

The UKs clean, decentralised, flexible power market in 2020

By Dr Graham Ault, executive director, Smarter Grid Solutions

Last year was a big year for the energy market in the UK. We saw declarations of climate emergencies from a wide variety of public ... more

Energy costs among retailers’ top 2020 concerns

Wholesale costs of goods (63 per cent), business rates (38 per cent), and energy costs (30 per cent) are the three biggest concerns for UK retailers ahead of an uncertain 2020.

According to new ... more

AI is the key to the sustainable economy, says report

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be a key enabling technology in achieving renewable energy and sustainability targets, according to a report released ahead of January’s 2020 World Future Energy ... more

Energy users save £1bn on bills in 2019

Eleven million customers have saved as much as £1bn on their energy bills in 2019, according to new data to mark the first anniversary of the government’s energy price cap.

Research has shown ... more

2019: The year of the climate emergency

Extinction Rebellion protests, Greta Thunberg’s shaming of world leaders and rallying cries to declare a climate emergency across the world will be one of the enduring memories of 2019. As we look ... more

EDF’s Imtech acquires Breathe

Imtech has announced the acquisition of Breathe in a move that will support EDF’s commitment to helping more UK organisations achieve a sustainable low carbon future.

Imtech, jointly owned by EDF ... more

Ventilation leaders respond to fire safety demand in Ireland 

A new trade agreement between Duct Products, a ventilation products distributor, and Swegon, specialists in indoor climate and life safety systems, will ensure Northern Ireland has access to the most ... more

Report finds data centres are not green

Super Micro Computer, Inc. (SMCI)has released its second annual Data Centres and the Environment report based on an industry survey of over 5,000 IT professionals. Results demonstrated again this ... more

Agreement signed for oil and gas operations worldwide

ABB has signed a new frame agreement to deliver safety and automation systems across Equinor’s installed base and greenfield projects worldwide, helping minimise cost, schedule and risk.

The ... more

Natural Power appoints director of service operations

Renewable energy consultancy and service provider, Natural Power, has appointed Steve Brignall as director of service operations.

Brignall brings a wealth of experience in servicing and client ... more

Reduced energy costs for Namibian dairy farm

Biogas, consisting of approximately 97 per cent methane, is the most environmentally friendly fuel available. However, when one dairy farm in Namibia aimed to shift its entire energy supply to biogas ... more

Solar potential in Australia warrants investing in EV market

Australia has great potential to capitalise on its exceptional solar resources and save people big dollars by driving growth in electric vehicles powered by residential rooftop solar and batteries, ... more

UNDP and IRENA to support breakthroughs on renewables

Nations around the world can make breakthroughs in the shift to renewable energy, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) said today, ... more

Danfoss aids EV charging

When the proprietor of a forward-looking business in the village of Žulová in the Czech Republic wanted to install four electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, Energon Advanced Energetics, a ... more

France is Europe’s biggest net electricity exporter

France was Europe’s biggest exporter of power in the first 11 months of the year, while the Italy imported the largest volume of electricity.

These are the headline statistics from a new ... more

COP25: Renewable energy ambition must double

Countries are being urged to significantly raise renewable energy ambition and adopt targets to transform the global energy system in the next round of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), ... more

Water hardness critical to water cylinder specification

As the quality and hardness of water varies by region throughout the UK, an industry expert is urging contractors and facilities managers to consider the local water composition before specifying ... more

EDF Energy chosen to power EV charging network

EDF Energy has been chosen by ubitricity – a company offering alternative, low-cost electric vehicle (EV) charge points that can be integrated into lamp posts and bollards – to be the electricity ... more

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