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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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Keep on running

Every organisation needs to ensure that their data processing and communications equipment is protected from interruptions in the mains power supply.  Alan Luscombe, director at Uninterruptible Power Supplies, a Kohler company, looks at the many different types of electrical disturbance ...

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Its full steam ahead for ENGIE at Huntsman’s new plant

ENGIE has won the contract to design and build a new steam-raising energy centre at Huntsman Corporation’s plant in Wilton, Redcar. On completion of the project, ENGIE will continue to operate and maintain the plant for a further 15 years. The project ...

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Removing public building heating risks

In this article Phil Marris, managing director at Jaga Heating Products UK, discusses why Low Surface Temperature (LST) radiators are the best choice for heating public buildings Public sector buildings are subject to continuous public footfall, so organisations must carry ...

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Energising 2016

Energy 2016 is the industry trade event dedicated to renewables, innovation and power solutions. FMJ tells you why the event will bring together everything from energy storage to biomass, from water management to renewable solutions under one roof Energy 2016 ...

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