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CUBE competition has already saved enough energy to power over 3,000 homes

The UK’s first competition launched by CUBE to tackle the dual challenges of energy efficiency in commercial buildings has already saved 15GWh in energy, that’s enough to power over 3,000 homes for a year. The competition’s innovative approach brings landlords, ...

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Commercial building owners are missing out on ‘easy energy savings’

Despite growing concern about energy costs, thousands of commercial and residential building owners are missing out on straightforward, low-cost ways to improve energy efficiency, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA).  The Association says that turning down thermostats and heating ...

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Three stages to ensure your energy security

By Mike Sewell, Plan Zero Director, Mitie With the UK’s COP presidency handed over to Egypt and Britain’s record autumn temperatures make way for winter, the debate over energy security is heating up at home. At an international level, COP27 ...

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EcoSync raises close to £1m for rollout of its ground breaking energy solution for commercial buildings

EcoSync, the tech start-up founded by Oxford University engineers, has raised close to £1 million in its second seed funding round to aide the company’s rollout of a ground breaking energy solution for commercial buildings. Existing investors RO Capital Partner ...

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2 in 5 educational institutions ‘not confident’ they’ll meet decarbonisation targets

New research shows that just one in 10 higher education (HE) and further education (FE) institutions are ‘very confident’ about meeting their decarbonisation targets, in line with the government’s goal of a 78 per cent reduction in emissions by 2035 ...

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Veolia takes £27m hospital energy upgrade contract

Global resource management company, Veolia, has been appointed to deliver a £27 million contract to cut carbon and energy costs for Eastbourne District General Hospital. The energy management contract will see Veolia’s specialist energy team upgrade the 459-bed hospital, which ...

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Hybrid workers voice concerns about workplace energy efficiency as the energy crisis impacts the cost of working from home

New research reveals the impact the energy crisis is having on the UK workforce, as seven in 10 hybrid workers admit they’re concerned about the cost of working from home as bills skyrocket. The survey of 2,000 UK workers by ...

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Experts urge Government to address glaring hole in energy strategy

Grundfos, a global leader in advanced pump solutions and water technologies, is urging the Government to overhaul the UK’s utilities infrastructure with energy-efficient improvements to combat the energy crisis, as research reveals its potential to cut carbon emissions and costs. ...

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Jaguar completes London’s first NABERS UK rating

Jaguar Building Services has completed London’s first ever NABERS UK Energy rating. The assessment was conducted by Adam Nguyen, one of Jaguar’s two NABERS UK Licensed Assessors, for an existing client on a property in the city. Launched in November ...

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Challenge rising energy costs head on at Smart Buildings Show

Last week energy users were yet again given more devastating news after consultancy Cornwall Insight warned of major increases in energy costs for 2023. The price cap changes would see the average household paying a shocking £355 a month instead ...

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