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ENGIE agrees 25-year deal with Keele University

ENGIE has agreed a 25-year deal with Keele University, to fund, design, build and operate a multi-technology renewable energy park; that will provide dedicated power to the University and support its ambitious pledge to be net zero carbon by 2030. ...

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Wates launches social housing energy services

Social housing maintenance specialist, Wates Living Space, has launched a new service which will help social landlords to prepare their housing stock to meet zero carbon obligations. Wates Living Space, which works with more than 60 social housing providers, maintaining ...

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Mitie appointed to CCS agreements for EV charging infrastructure and energy projects

Mitie has been appointed as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) agreements, for Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Solutions (VCIS) and Heat Networks and Electricity Generation Assets (HELGA). The VCIS agreement allows public sector organisations to easily access suppliers providing ...

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BESA and ESTA create joint energy efficiency group

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has established a joint Special Interest Group with the Energy Services Technology Association (ESTA) to promote energy efficiency in buildings to government and industry. The Energy Efficiency in Buildings Group will include members from ...

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Bruntwood launches FM business

The Manchester-based commercial property specialist is expanding its service offering with the launch of a new facilities management business, Unify, which aims to leverage its client-side background and understanding of property management to deliver an excellent customer experience. Employing 350 ...

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Mitie helps Vodafone UK achieve energy savings worth £10m in three years

Mitie has supported Vodafone UK in reducing its carbon footprint, saving 100 gigawatt hours (GWh) of energy, equivalent to 25,000 tonnes of CO2 in just three years. The energy saved could power a town with a population of 65,000 people for ...

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ENGIE in partnership with John Lewis

ENGIE has been appointed by the John Lewis Partnership to support its drive to deliver its ambitious environmental targets. The three-year contract, covering both John Lewis and Waitrose, includes a 70 GWh/annum Corporate Power Purchase Agreement (CPPA) alongside the delivery ...

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Carbon Trust advises retrofit of heat pump systems in existing buildings to lower emissions

Heat pumps will have a critical role in tackling emissions from London’s buildings and delivering the Mayor’s 2030 net zero ambitions, says a new report from the Carbon Trust.  ‘Heat pump retrofit in London’, commissioned by the Mayor of London, ...

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Mitie appoints MD for sustainability and energy services

Mitie has appointed Pradyumna Pandit to the newly created role of Managing Director of Sustainability and Energy Services. Pandit has over 20 years’ experience in the engineering and technology sector, working in a number of roles, ranging from new business ...

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Zero Carbon for Zero Cost

As the nation prepares to get Britain Back to Business and lockdown restrictions begin to ease, organisations across the UK are considering how they can prepare for a ‘new normal’ way of operating. To support those planning a return to ...

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