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Are emergency lighting systems for for purpose?

A provider of building management services is urging facilities and building managers with responsibility for educational establishments to ensure their emergency lighting systems are ‘fit for ... more
Lighting

Munich Airport earns new Airport Carbon Accreditation

Munich Airport has again been recognised for its continuous efforts to reduce its CO2 emissions.

Airport Council International (ACI Europe), the umbrella organisation of European airports, has ... more

Energy Management

Stäubli connectors assist in Antarctic solar power project

Uruguay's Artigas Base in Antarctica is home to ten research scientists and 15 crew members in summer. The scientific research station was traditionally powered by diesel generators, but besides the ... more
Green Energy & CHP

EDF acquires Pod Point

EDF has acquired a majority stake in Pod Point, one of the largest electric vehicle (EV) charging companies in the UK, as part of a newly-formed joint venture with Legal & General Capital.

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European manufacturers critical to mitigating China components shortage

European manufacturers hold the key to alleviating worldwide shortages in LED and other lighting components as Chinese factories halt production in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, according to ... more
Lighting

Two Fluke 3-Phase Power Logger Gold packages help with finding wasted Electrical energy

Fluke is offering its 1736 and 1738 Three-Phase Power Loggers with Fluke Connect®as Gold packages. Ideal for maintenance managers and industrial electricians, electrical contractors and energy ... more
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Sustainable Bristol development empowers communities

Bristol continues to build on its ambition to be carbon neutral by 2030 with a highly sustainable development of 50 affordable homes currently underway.

Community development, high levels of energy ... more

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Grants now available to to save money and reduce environmental impact

Low Carbon Workspaces is delivering a new grant funding pot of £375,000 to help small and medium sized enterprises based in Berkshire identify energy reduction opportunities and to subsidise the cost ... more
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Smith Brothers connects 50MW Cambridgeshire solar farm

Yorkshire-headquartered high voltage power contractor, Smith Brothers, has successfully completed electrical engineering works at the Next Energy Capital Ltd solar farm in Little Staughton, ... more
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£6.5m investment in UK’s first geothermal electricity power plant

Renewable energy investment company, Thrive Renewables, has announced plans to invest up to £6.5m in the UK’s first geothermal power plant being developed by Geothermal Engineering Ltd.

The ... more

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Public demands government acts faster to develop clean energy

Despite recent figures from the National Grid showing more power in the UK came from renewable than fossil fuels for the first time in 2019, new research released by Siemens Gas and Power UK & ... more
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Retrofitting buildings is the best route to net zero

‘The greenest building is the one that is already built’ is the key message in a new report from the Government’s Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission and supported by building controls ... more
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Residential solar rooftop solutions in Germany

Enphase Energy has announced it has collaborated with CREATON to deliver photovoltaic (PV) in-roof systems to residential solar customers throughout Germany.

CREATON offers an extensive range of ... more

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Partnership to bring low carbon heating to Scottish homes

Vattenfall has been selected by Midlothian Council as its energy partner in a 50/50 joint venture set to drive the shift towards low carbon living in the region.

The partnership’s first project ... more

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Bringing centralised LPG power to over 100 homes

Luxury housing developer Burrington Estates has brought round-the-clock power to two of its off-grid residential developments by installing centralised LPG supplies. Delivering a reliable and ... more
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Michael McGowan named Energy Manager of the Year

A senior figure at a UK brick manufacturer has won a sustainability award in recognition of his commitment to energy management.

Michael McGowan was crowned Energy Manager of the Year at the ... more

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IRN-BRU manufacturer to introduce 100 per cent renewable electricity

AG Barr, manufacturer of soft drinks brands including IRN-BRU and Rubicon, has announced plans to introduce fossil-free electricity to power its operations across the UK, following a new deal with ... more
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Nissan Leaf completes complex autonomous journey

A British-based research project into the latest autonomous vehicle technologies has successfully completed a 230-mile self-navigated journey on UK roads.

The project, HumanDrive, is jointly ... more

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TrustMark set to take over technical monitoring

TrustMark is preparing to take over the duty of administering technical monitoring from Ofgem during the next year.

Energy suppliers are required to conduct technical and score monitoring ... more

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Schneider Electric joins The Climate Group EV100 initiative

Moving forward with its commitment to build a net-zero carbon world, Schneider Electric has announced its membership with The Climate Group’s EV100 initiative to launch a Green Fleet policy, which ... more
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