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Hybrid return to work could signal higher energy bills for businesses

Business energy supplier, Gazprom Energy, are warning business owners, and their employees, to be more consumption conscious in order to avoid unnecessary energy costs and to maintain sustainability efforts. As the return to the workplace continues to gather momentum, research ...

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Vital Energi awarded £25m deal to reduce Nottingham City Hospital’s carbon footprint

Vital Energi, a provider of energy generation, energy distribution and energy management solutions, has won a £25 million contract with Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust to reduce the Trust’s carbon footprint by 14,000 tonnes a year, and guarantee energy savings ...

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SolarEdge launches Smart Modules with integrated Power Optimizers for UK residential market

Launch marks the first availability of SolarEdge Smart Modules in the UK following a roll-out in Australia and rest of Europe Smart Module solution combines integrated Power Optimizers with split-cell technology for increased performance and durability in a streamlined, easy-to-install ...

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The power of a simple energy management upgrade

Andrea Temporiti, Head of Digital ABB Electrification and Marco Dolce, Facility Manager ABB Smart Power Division More than ever before, data capture and analysis are affording facilities managers the insight required to understand and improve their buildings and processes in ...

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Clause for celebration

Saul Huxley, Organic Development Director at grounds maintenance and landscape creation specialists, idverde explains how carbon-neutral clauses can benefit the environment With greater pressures on Councils, retail parks and business spaces to create more sustainable, climate-friendly gains, there has been ...

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Green goals

Andrew Sparrow, Head of Energy and Sustainability, Platinum Facilities on the way service providers can help clients reduce energy costs Energy is a top priority for FMs, not only to reduce carbon emissions but to operate buildings more efficiently and ...

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Amey strengthens technical compliance and energy management capability 

Amey’s Secure Infrastructure business is strengthening its technical compliance and energy management capability to support its customers’ growing needs. In line with its new business strategy, Amey is transforming its approach to compliance, ensuring it delivers a market-leading data-driven service ...

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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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