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Mitie boosts battery energy storage and electrical engineering capabilities

Mitie is expanding its high voltage electrical and civil engineering capabilities by welcoming the former G2 energy team to its business. Prior to its liquidation on 3 July, G2 energy supported a wide variety of engineering projects across the UK, ...

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Director hire at Sodexo Energy & Resources

Sodexo Energy & Resources has appointed Tony Brady to the role of Business Development Director, where he will support the delivery of the company’s regional strategy to provide value added solutions for its current and existing clients. Brady joins the ...

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Sodexo Energy & Resources appoints Janine Brand as HSEQ manager

Sodexo’s Energy & Resources business has appointed Janine Brand as health, safety, environment and quality (HSEQ) manager. She joins from Hydrasun, the Aberdeen based provider of integrated fluid transfer, power and control solutions to the energy, OEM, marine, renewables and ...

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Cautious welcome for government’s building energy efficiency plan

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has given a cautious welcome to the government’s strategy for spending up to £2.5 billion on improving the energy efficiency of homes and public sector buildings. The Association said the investment “could be an ...

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Savills hires energy operations specialist

The global real estate advisor has appointed Marc Montgomery as Head of Operations for its energy team, which sits within the firm’s wider Property Management division. Montgomery joins the business with over 25 years’ experience, having undertaken various senior leadership ...

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Energy concerns are impacting business competitiveness, the workforce and decarbonisation, according to new research

New research shows that businesses around the world remain concerned about the impacts of energy security and prices, which could be a catalyst for a range of environmental, social and economic ripple effects. ABB Electrification’s Energy Insights survey of 2,300 ...

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Energy futures

Technologies which enable business-generated power can reduce costs, lower emissions and increase energy security, says Anthony Ainsworth, Chief Operating Officer at npower Business Solutions For more than a year, the UK energy market has experienced a period of unprecedented volatility, ...

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Local authorities must decarbonise UK public buildings ‘five times faster’ to meet net zero targets

The UK government is currently missing one of its core Net Zero commitments to reduce CO2 emissions by 101 years, according to the Public Building Energy Efficiency Report. CO2 emissions from public buildings need to be reduced five times faster ...

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New taskforce can unlock £1 trillion energy efficiency market

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has praised the government for launching an energy efficiency taskforce charged with driving investment in improving the performance of buildings. Co-chaired by the Chief Executive of Nat West, Alison Rose, and Energy Security and Net ...

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New milestone passed by Veolia for delivery of renewable electricity to the UK

Veolia has passed a new milestone for delivering net zero power by delivering more than six times the renewable electricity to the grid than it uses across its 400 offices and sites across the UK. The global resource management firm ...

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