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Phase two ESOS guide published

A new guide to assist facilities managers in preparing for compliance with phase two of the UK Government’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) has been published. The mandatory energy assessment scheme requires ‘large undertakings’, such as organisations with more than 250 ...

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ENGIE combines energy and TFM services in extended CNH Industrial deal

ENGIE has been awarded a two-year extension on its existing contract with capital goods company, CNH Industrial N.V. which will see the combination of both energy and total facilities management service delivery and increase the scope to include all UK ...

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Protect & Survive

All critical systems require protection from electrical disturbances, but choosing the right UPS solution depends on the individual needs of the organisation, says Alan Luscombe a director at Uninterruptible Power Supplies, a Kohler company For some organisations, an uninterruptible power ...

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Trend receives rave reviews at the Queen’s Theatre

A modern 500-seat theatre located in Hornchurch, London, the Queen’s Theatre opened in its current purpose built site on Billet Lane in 1975. As a registered charity and a cultural hub of the area, over 200,000 people enjoy the theatre’s ...

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Mitie expands its partnership with Thales UK

Thales UK Ltd., part of Thales, a global technology business for the aerospace, transportation, and defence and security markets has awarded Mitie a nine-year expanded contract. The new deal follows an initial five-year (£40 million) contract, which Mitie won in ...

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NG Bailey lands £50m contract renewal

NG Bailey’s Facilities Services division has renewed a five-year contract, worth £50 million, to provide M&E building fabric maintenance and energy management for 31 buildings across Land Securities’ London portfolio. Under the contract terms, each building will have its own ...

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Energy saving is a walk in the Park Lane for Trend

Right in the middle of London’s Mayfair, 49 Park Lane is one of the capital’s most sought after commercial locations. In an effort to maximise its energy efficiency, a Building Energy Management System (BEMS) from Trend Control Systems is used ...

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Same old, same old water treatment? Not this time, this actually works and it is being implemented!

There is so much written about water treatment these days. It seems, everybody has a spin on what is required to stop corrosion or to clean dirty systems – whether it be inhibitors, dirt and air separators or magnets. One ...

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Veolia expands with Cynergin acquisition

Veolia has announced its acquisition of energy services and Energy Performance Contract (EPC) specialist Cynergin. The move forms part of the environmental solutions provider’s strategy for growth and customer development, and provides a complementary set of skills to the existing Veolia ...

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Energy: supply and demand

Onsite energy storage has the potential to reduce organisations’ operating costs and generate income from the National Grid. John Hudson, managing director of Boston Renewables, explains It’s widely accepted that the solution to Britain’s energy challenge is not just more ...

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