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Airius signs deal with Edmundson Electrical

Global expert in thermal destratification, Airius, announces a deal with Edmundson Electrical to supply the nationwide chain of electrical wholesalers with its ground-breaking destratification fans. As part of the deal, the Airius management team has been training Edmundson Electrical’s sales ...

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Cofely completes acquisition of Balfour Beatty WorkPlace

Cofely, a GDF SUEZ company, has completed the acquisition of Balfour Beatty’s UK facilities management business – Balfour Beatty WorkPlace, following full approval from the relevant competition authorities. Balfour Beatty WorkPlace will be combined with Cofely’s existing UK business with ...

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Honeywell and Stor Generation to cut energy use, boost revenue for public and private organisations

Automated Demand Response Allows Facility Owners to Get Paid for Trimming Consumption or Feeding Power to the Grid, Becoming Part of a Virtual Power Plant Honeywell (NYSE: HON) has announced it is working with power-management company Stor Generation Ltd. to ...

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AVA LED products are chosen by Virgin to ensure greener railway stations

Virgin Trains has invested in revolutionary LED lighting technology at Birmingham International Railway Station; this will significantly reduce energy consumption and maintenance costs. In a bid to create more energy efficient railway stations, Virgin Trains has tasked Lorne Stewarts Facilities ...

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NCP drives pioneering low energy lighting retrofit across its car park portfolio

National car park firm NCP has signed a canny deal to deliver a wholesale upgrade of  lighting systems across its multi storey car park portfolio, which requires no up-front investment, dramatically reduces its operational costs and reduces its energy use ...

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New Apex boiler energy management system fuels energy savings

New technology reduces dry-cycling – Up to 20% savings can be achieved using the new intelligent Boiler Energy Management System (iBEMS) from Apex Energy UK. The easy-to-install Apex iBEMS unit has been introduced to reduce the problem of dry or short-cycling ...

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Testo turns water into power

Severn Trent is one of the world’s leading commercial suppliers of water and waste water treatment services and products and in the UK it provides high quality services to more than 4.2 million households and businesses in the Midlands with ...

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New energy efficient homes set the benchmark for London

Sustain, one of the UK’s leading sustainability companies, is working with private management companies to insulate blocks of flats nationwide. The company’s latest project to insulate homes in Haringey is expected to bring tens of thousands of pounds worth of ...

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Stokvis solar systems assist green statistics

A programme of energy retrofits aimed at improving the sustainability profile of two large government buildings has included the installation of solar thermal hot water systems supplied by Stokvis Energy Systems. The Office for National Statistics premises located at Titchfield ...

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Where there’s muck there’s gas

Through biogas-fuelled combined heat and power (CHP) technology, Dalkia is now able to use renewable power from sewage treatment to generate electricity for Southern Water at its Bexhill, Ford and Sandown wastewater treatment works. The 2.5m biogas CHP plants were ...

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