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Derwent fm joins EP100 initiative

Derwent fm has signed up to The Climate Group’s business initiative on efficient energy (EP100), which brings together  a growing group of energy-smart companies  committed to improving their energy productivity and doing more with less. The organisation is joining the EP100 ...

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Veolia to optimise energy across three key hospitals

Specialist energy teams from global resource management company, Veolia, have extended the services they provide to United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT), one of the biggest acute hospital trusts in England. With the aim of lowering costs and cutting carbon ...

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Mitie stays in top gear at BMW Group

Mitie has expanded its service offering for BMW Group with a new five-year engineering and energy contract as well as securing a five-year extension of its cleaning and landscaping contract with the premium car manufacturer. Mitie’s Engineering division will provide ...

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Imtech acquires Breathe

Technical services engineering business, Imtech, which is jointly owned by EDF Energy and Dalkia has acquired Breathe, a provider of Energy Performance Contracts (EPC). Established in 2010 Breathe delivers innovative engineering solutions to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions, renew ...

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European cities pledge their commitment to net zero buildings

A number of European cities and companies have pledged to slash carbon emissions from their buildings to net zero. Helsinki, Finland and Valladolid, Spain have signed the World Green Building Council’s (WorldGBC) Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment, alongside property sector ...

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Camfil publishes energy saving air filtration advice for Facilities Managers

Global industry leader in clean air solutions, Camfil, has published a free white paper explaining how facilities managers can select air filters for both optimised energy performance and indoor air quality. A Facilities Manager’s Guide to choosing low energy air ...

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Businesses urged to re-evaluate contingency plans due to increasing outages

Many companies are in danger of experiencing significant downtime during a power failure as it’s revealed that one quarter of UK energy decision makers do not have a contingency plan in place. The research of 200 UK energy decision makers, ...

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ENGIE enrols Solent University in district energy scheme

Solent University’s new sports complex has connected to Southampton Geothermal Heating Company’s (SGHC) pioneering district energy scheme after signing a £2.8 million deal with energy and services specialist, ENGIE, over the next 20 years. The SGHC is a working partnership ...

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CIBSE publishes Guide to Building Performance 2019

CIBSE has published its Guide to Building Performance 2019, which reflects the increasing demand from building users for safe, healthy and efficient buildings which meet the needs of those who occupy them. According to CIBSE, this demand to demonstrate better ...

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Survey reveals 4 in 5 firms in rented property struggle to switch to clean energy 

A survey of some of Britain’s biggest building occupiers has revealed that 80 per cent find it difficult to engage landlords in switching to renewable energy. The finding is part of a report released by edie and Big Clean Switch, ...

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