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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

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

Energy Assets invests in people for future success

Energy Assets has announced a major investment in its apprenticeship programme – and plans for a graduate intake - to help meet its future skills requirements.

The metering, energy data and ... more

The Ultimate Choices in Work Trousers From Snickers Workwear

New Styles, New Designs and Snickers Workwear’s most advanced work trousers yet – with 4-way stretch.

September saw the next generation of Work Trouser choices from the premier brand of working ... more

Power Continuity Power Loss Prevention

Power Continuity designs and installs bespoke engineered automatic, no break power protection systems to ensure 100 per cent power loss prevention and supplementation. Ensuring that infrastructure is ... more

Schneider Electric cuts five years from its carbon neutrality goal

Schneider Electric has announced that it is drastically stepping up its commitment to carbon neutrality with three new actions.

The first is accelerating its 2030 goal of carbon neutrality by ... more

Finalists announced for global sustainability competition

Schneider Electric has announced that Adrienne Roser and Rachel Ramage, MSc Sustainable Cities students from the University of Leeds, as UK finalists for Go Green in the City 2019, its annual global ... more

New training centre for meter installation expertise

Energy Assets has unveiled a new training centre at Darwen, Lancashire, to provide its 60-strong team of meter engineers with one of the energy industry’s most advanced learning environments.

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Simulator supports integration of clean energy to the grid

Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS) has published its first open source project , an OpenFMB device simulator, which it hopes will accelerate the development, testing and adoption of distributed energy ... more

More than half of UK public in favour of energy theft amnesty

Over 50 per cent of UK residents would be in favour of an energy theft amnesty, according to a new poll of 1,000 people.

The findings come following a possible proposal by Ofgem, which revealed ... more

Scottish universities urged to take advantage of funding

Energys Group has welcomed the announcement that even more higher education institutions in Scotland could benefit from a £19m programme aimed at boosting energy efficiency.

However, time is ... more

Solar and wind to lead renewable power growth in Sweden

The overall renewable power capacity, excluding hydropower, in Sweden is projected to more than double from 14.8 gigawatt (GW) in 2019 to 30.4 GW in 2030, according to GlobalData.

GlobalData's ... more

Schneider Electric opens electric vehicle centres of excellence

Schneider Electric has collaborated with Edmundson Electrical to open four electric vehicle (EV) centres of excellence.

The centres, in Manchester, West Bromwich, Glasgow and Twickenham, are ... more

Biomethane plant gets set to serve 6,000 homes

A biomethane plant near Pontefract in West Yorkshire is set to meet the energy needs of around 6,000 homes, thanks to a three kilometre directionally drilled pipeline installed under farmland by ... more

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

200 ultrafast fast EV chargers for the Netherlands

Global infrastructure services firm AECOM has been appointed by Shell Retail to deliver ultrafast electrical vehicle (EV) 150kW fast chargers across the Netherlands.

A total of 200 fast ... more

Energy Masters scholarships now available

Ørsted is offering scholarships for outstanding UK and EU students who start an Energy Masters at Durham University in October 2019.

The scholarships are available up to £6,000 and are valid for ... more

Hydrogen technology partner selected in green energy project

Clean energy solutions provider, Logan Energy, has been selected as the hydrogen technology partner for the €3.6m EU funded SEAFUEL project, which aims to demonstrate the sustainable integration of ... more

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