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Atlas Copco releases whitepaper outlining untapped opportunities for UK manufacturers to save energy and reduce carbon footprint via compressed air heat recovery

Atlas Copco has published a new whitepaper to highlight the vast unfulfilled potential of compressed air heat recovery as means of helping UK manufacturing firms to save energy and reduce their ... more

Hitachi ABB Power Grids awarded three-year contract by Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority for new RelCare solution

Hitachi ABB Power Grids has launched a new reliability-based service solution, RelCare, which has been selected by Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority (GCCIA). GCCIA will become the ... more

Reliable Standby Emergency Power Solution

Power Continuity, automatic 24/7 power solutions provide peace of mind for any mission critical business operations. Installed NO Break Power Systems ensure seamless emergency power without ... more

Work is underway to make Scotland a world leader in creating net zero emissions railways

Scottish Enterprise is behind a series of projects designed to find more environmentally friendly train and track solutions, as well as bringing jobs and inward investment to Scotland’s manufacturing ... more

Centrica and NEC announce energy service partnership

Work is underway on a major energy project at the NEC, Birmingham, which will see the UK’s leading events venue generate its power needs onsite. Centrica Business Solutions will provide heat and ... more

Forklift users switching from LPG to lithium-ion

Operators of LP Gas-powered warehouse trucks are increasingly switching to lithium-ion battery-powered alternatives as they look to maximize truck up-time, drive down running costs, reduce ... more

Making steel sustainable

If the Eiffel Tower was built today, it would require just 25% of the steel used for its construction in 1887. This is one example of the impressive development of material science. But as material ... more

Smarter Grid Solutions zero carbon energy management platform goes live in Thames Valley

The first phase of a project being delivered by Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS), the Glasgow-based energy software specialist, and involving technology giants O2 and Siemens, has gone live. The Thames ... more

Baxi Heating reopens Warwick Commercial Training Academy

Baxi Heating has announced the September reopening of its popular Warwick Commercial Training Academy after its enforced closure due to COVID-19. The commercial training facility was established ... more

Learning the Lessons of Lockdown with the WUN

The Womens Utilities Network (WUN) will be unpicking ‘Lockdown Learnings’ during a special virtual event supported by Energy Assets... more

London bus garage becomes vehicle-to-grid (V2G) trial site

A North London bus garage is set to become a 'virtual power station’, generating electricity from buses when not in use. Following a transformation to garage nearly 100 new zero-emission electric ... more

Britons hope to keep sustainable habits beyond Covid-19 lockdown, research suggests

Joint University-led surveys also suggest climate concern has increased during the pandemic, with Britons keen to continue with low-carbon lifestyle choices adopted during lockdown, according to ... more

New energy challenger, Rebel Energy, places Blue Prism digital workers at the heart of its launch plans

Rebel Energy is setting out to build an entirely new type of energy company, one that leverages Blue Prism’s Cloud capabilities to build a operational structure. By combining a highly skilled human ... more

What might COVID 19 mean for DSOs in the long-term?

By Anja Langer Jacquin, CCO, DEPsys... more

River Power selects Rotamec for hydropower generator repair

Harnessing the power of water is one of the most efficient and environmentally friendly ways to produce electricity. For a hydropower installation of any size, it is imperative to keep turbines and ... more

Manchester scientists see COVID-19 as historic moment for UK’s environmental future

A leading group of University of Manchester academics are imploring policy makers to use the UK’s post-pandemic recovery as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to lead a positive green revolution. The ... more

ONYX InSights strikes deal with Rio Energy to bring advanced predictive maintenance to Brazilian market

ONYX InSight, a leading predictive analytics and engineering firm in the global wind energy industry, is introducing advanced sensing technology and predictive maintenance solutions to the Brazilian ... more

Industry should act fast to save on the Climate Change Levy

Businesses have a few short months to take advantage of the extended Climate Change Agreement (CCA) scheme, which could deliver significant savings. Richard Palmer of independent power and energy ... more

Snickers’ NEW 4-Way Stretch Trousers give maximum mobility

These NEW slim-fit stretch trousers deliver extreme working comfort all day, every day. Hi-tech fabrics and body-mapping designs in the NEW multi-purpose ALLROUNDWork 4-Way Stretch Trousers from ... more

Schneider Electric and Sustainable Ventures announce Net Zero Home Programme finalists

Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, and Sustainable Ventures, the UK’s leading cleantech hub, have named the finalists of their Net Zero ... more

 
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