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Catherine Wheatley, Head of Energy Services, Mitie says AI will play a major role in supporting the FM sector’s green agenda this year As King Charles put it when addressing world leaders at COP28, now is the time for ‘transformational ...

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Most UK businesses unprepared for energy shortages or disruptions

New data by UK power solutions provider, Critical Power Supplies (CPS), reveals that more than half of organisations are unprepared for future energy shortages or disruptions despite more than two-thirds agreeing that demand for back-up power generation is set to ...

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Flogas Britain expands energy proposition with DTGen acquisition

Off-grid energy solutions provider, Flogas Britain (part of DCC plc), has acquired DTGen, a renowned specialist in standby power generators and combined heat and power (CHP) systems. This strategic move represents a pivotal step in Flogas’ mission to provide commercial ...

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Five-year maintenance, cleaning and energy forecast revealed for FM sector

The latest quarterly forecast for the FM sector from the Building Cost Information Service (BCIS), reveals maintenance costs, as measured by the BCIS Private Sector Maintenance Cost Index, are set to rise by nearly 19 per cent in the next ...

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Kimberly-Clark Professional launches first-ever wind farm

Kimberly-Clark Professional is celebrating a major milestone in its ambitious drive towards green energy with the official opening of a new onshore wind farm by Màiri McAllan, Member of the Scottish Parliament for the Clydesdale constituency and Cabinet Secretary for ...

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Waterblade consistently breaks the One Month Barrier, a remarkable 1200% ROI

Using our new calculator, we are now regularly calculating savings achievable for potential clients. These savings are based on data you provide us. We used to expect a payback period of 6 months. Increasingly we are finding that the cost ...

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Rye Memorial Hospital achieves carbon neutrality

Rye, Winchelsea & District Memorial Hospital has become the UK’s first community hospital to achieve carbon neutrality. The installation of its new renewable systems was followed by confirmation from its electricity supplier that all power now comes from fully renewable sources ...

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Businesses suffer loss of almost a quarter of a billion pounds due to inefficient hand dryers

Inefficient hand dryers could be costing UK businesses up to £234 million per year, according to a new study by Initial Washroom Hygiene. Initial Washroom Hygiene researched 689 hand dryers that were photographed on walls in April 2023. Analysis of ...

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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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