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Biomass specialists raising the bar with new training for firms

BIOMASS heating pioneers re:heat are using their expertise to raise professional standards in the wood heat industry. The North East team are being called upon for specialist training as more schools, hospitals and major businesses move away from traditional fossil-fuelled ...

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EasiLume’s LED ‘prefect for the job’

EasiLume recently fitted its fully controllable LEDs into the Universal Business Team’s (UBT) new conference centre, Exchange Place, in Warwickshire. EasiLume, the expert in LED, was set the challenge of finding a long lasting, low maintenance light which could be ...

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Buckinghamshire County Council appoints Rural Energy for £1.3 million biomass contract

Leading biomass energy provider Rural Energy has completed the installation of nine biomass heating systems as part of a £1.3 million project with Buckinghamshire County Council. With all the systems now online, the sites are already benefitting from reduced heating ...

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Achieve your energy reduction targets with Airius

Energy efficiency is high on everyone’s agenda, and businesses are increasingly searching for ways to reduce their energy costs and carbon emissions. Many have already put processes in place to reduce their energy usage, carbon emissions, and costs but the ...

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Report calls for energy efficiency to be a national infrastructure priority

The UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) has responded to a new report from the Aldersgate Group on the business case for a low carbon economy, which calls on government to make energy efficiency a national infrastructure priority. The report, A ...

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SPIE wins lighting deal at Carrington Power’s new power station

Independent provider of multi-technical services, SPIE has been awarded a contract by DF Energy to install site-wide infrastructure lighting and small power at Carrington Power’s new gas power station in Manchester. The 880MW power station which is built on the site ...

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Imtech appointed NHS energy performance partner

Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust has appointed technical services provider Imtech UK & Ireland as its energy performance partner. The 25-year contract will see Imtech deliver guaranteed net energy savings in excess of £4 million and reduce carbon emissions ...

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Interserve JV fuels £150m biomass power plant deal

Brite Partnership North East has awarded a £150 million contract to a joint venture between Interserve and Babcock & Wilcox Vølund to build a biomass-fired power plant in Templeborough, Rotherham. The plant will be fired with locally sourced waste wood and have a ...

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FM has the power to make changes in looming energy crisis

Facilities Management (FM) professionals will play a crucial role in the evolving energy debate, according to a discussion panel of energy thought leaders, but only if knowledge and skills levels are increased. This came out of the British Institute of ...

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B.E.G launch super-flat ‘invisible’ occupancy sensor

A new super-flat occupancy sensor with a thickness of less than 1mm has been released by building automation specialist B.E.G.The B.E.G. Luxomat PD11 is so thin it is almost invisible once it has been built into the ceiling but still ...

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