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Mitie helps Royal Mail to deliver significant energy savings

In just 12 months, Mitie has worked with Royal Mail Group to achieve energy savings of over 16.69 (GWh), the equivalent to the annual usage of 1,100 UK homes. This is the first year of a five-year partnership which is ...

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Amey enhances its energy management credentials

Amey has further enhanced its energy capabilities by successfully achieving ISO 50001, the international standard for energy management systems.  Amey was awarded the certification at a ceremony hosted by the BSI and claims it is the first FM and infrastructure ...

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Bidvest Noonan unveils new energy management service

Energy prices have soared in recent years, driving businesses to search for solutions to control their rising costs. In response to this, Bidvest Noonan has launched a new Energy Management Service, designed to help businesses streamline energy consumption, achieve significant ...

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Leading energy efficiency property business appoints new chair

ENABLE, a business that provides advice to help people to make their homes more energy efficient, has appointed Paul Gratton as its new Chair as it looks to accelerate growth after a successful first 12 months. Having created over 50 new jobs since launching ...

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Vertical green-living walls save up to 20% of energy used in closed spaces

  Researchers from the Faculty of Agriculture at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem found that vertical green-living walls (VGWs) can save up to 20 per cent of the energy used for air circulation in closed offices and spaces, resulting in ...

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NABERS UK Energy for Offices now includes whole building and tenancy ratings

The NABERS UK Energy for Offices rating scheme has been expanded by the Building Research Establishment (BRE) and will now include Whole Building and Tenancy ratings. These two additional ratings have joined the NABERS UK Base Buildings rating and complete ...

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Pump it up

Michael Anderton, General Manager UK&I of HVAC Building Solutions at Johnson Controls on why heat pumps could be the secret weapon in solving the energy crisis With the renewed awareness that our buildings account for 40 per cent of emissions, ...

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Solving the Trilemma

Solon Mardapittas, CEO at Powerstar, considers the World Energy Council’s Trilemma(i) Index of secure, affordable, and sustainable energy, and suggests how battery technology may help its often-competing agendas Energy security and energy affordability were the two most pressing questions last ...

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HMRC names Wates Best Sustainability Supplier of the Year

HMRC has named Wates’ FM division Best Sustainability Supplier of the Year at its annual Supplier Conference. The accolade was presented to Wates for developing an innovative Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategy in collaboration with HMRC, demonstrating ‘the art ...

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Rank partners with Cloudfm to accelerate sustainability goals

UK-based gambling company, Rank Group, has appointed Cloudfm to help support its ESG goals and reduce carbon emissions across the business.The three-year contract will see Cloudfm support the Group’s 51 Grosvenor Casinos and 56 Mecca Bingo venues in the UK. ...

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