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Green university opts for Escot energy sub-metering system

Escot, a clip-on sub-metering system by Marshall-Tufflex Energy Management, is making easy work of monitoring the energy consumption of Manchester Metropolitan University's (MMU) environmentally friendly Crewe campus, in a drive to better inform the facility and its students about energy usage and enable it to further reduce its carbon footprint.

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Powering the Games and London’s iconic venues

Whether it is installing the latest in real-time energy monitoring technology at venues on the Olympic Park, helping to transform the electric vehicle charging infrastructure across London, or bringing sustainability to life for the next generation, the official electricity supplier to the Olympic Games wanted to create a 'catalyst for change'.

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Providing certainty for Feed-in Tariffs and the Renewable Heat Incentive

DECC has set out proposals to improve the performance and manage the future budget of the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, providing greater certainty to the market.

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Sainsbury’s stores to tap into renewable energy deep underground

Sainsbury's has announced that it is working with key partners to roll out the first phase of an innovative energy solution to up to 100 stores, tapping renewable energy from deep underground to provide energy efficient heating, hot water and cooling.

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Consortium to explore innovative solutions to keep UK’s lights on

ENER-G and major industry partners Advanced Digital Institute; Flexitricity; Smarter Grid Solutions and UK Power Networks, have partnered to create a major research consortium, co-funded by the government, to find innovative new ways of ' keeping the lights on' and decarbonising energy supplies across the UK, as demand increases.

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10 point boardroom

Power Efficiency has released

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Diesel: A threat to your guaranteed power

Safety/mission critical facilities rely on having guaranteed electrical power at all times. Did you know that power guarantee could be put at risk by bad or contaminated diesel fuel?

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ebm-papst: Efficiency should be the priority for facilities managers

With growing pressure on energy supply, ebm-papst has called on the FM industry to focus on energy efficiency as a priority, rather than getting sidetracked by things like PV.

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Game-changing web-based energy management tool launched

TC Energy - an energy management web portal with an easy to use web-based interface has been recently launched by Priva Building Intelligence.

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Flat-pack urban wind turbine could transform city landscape

A prototype for a brand new design of wind turbine that will generate electricity in urban areas, potentially revolutionising the renewables industry, has been installed for the first time in the UK at Keele University.

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