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Leadec adds Green Factory Solutions to its range of services

Sustainable manufacturing concepts help to increase the resource efficiency of factories. With its Green Factory Solutions, Leadec offers new, green services along the entire life cycle of the factory. With these solutions, which reduce waste or energy consumption, for example, ...

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Government must ‘accelerate’ energy efficiency spending

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) is calling for the government to accelerate its financial investment in building energy efficiency and heat pumps. According to the Association which represents hundreds of companies involved in building improvement work, funding earmarked for ...

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BDR Thermea Group acquires Fortes Energy Systems

Baxi parent company, BDR Thermea Group, which manufactures smart indoor climate solutions has acquired heat network company Fortes Energy Systems. Fortes Energy Systems is an internationally active specialist in collective heat and cold networks for residential, utility and industrial use ...

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UK businesses are struggling to survive spiralling energy costs

As energy bills have continued to climb, many businesses are struggling to cope, according to new data from a survey conducted by financial comparison site NerdWallet. The survey of 500 UK business owners and senior decision makers found that just ...

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Government announces new Energy Bills Discount Scheme for businesses

The new Energy Bills Discount Scheme for UK businesses, charities, and the public sector will come into effect from April, replacing the current Energy Bill Relief Scheme ending in March. The Treasury’s new scheme will mean all eligible UK businesses ...

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Councils may not be able to keep the lights on unless work is carried out on inefficient buildings

More than two fifths of councils have warned they will be unable to pay their energy bills unless work is carried out on many of their buildings to make them more energy efficient. This is according to a new poll ...

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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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Research shows offices could see bills slashed by 57% under energy price cap this winter

Following the rollout of the Energy Bill Relief Scheme, offices stand to get a potential bill reduction of up to 57 per cent this month compared to if they had to pay expected wholesale energy prices. This is according to ...

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Temperature controlled

With rising energy prices, investing in energy efficiency can provide real savings, ensure superior process performance and real financial outcomes particularly in industrial sites, says Dave Palmer, General Manager for the UK and Ireland at ICS Cool Energy Heating and ...

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€108K annual energy savings identified by office building performance review

Consultants from climate tech firm, IES, have helped Savills achieve projected annual energy costs savings of up to €108,000 and carbon savings of up to 302 tonnes of CO2 per year, after optimising the operational performance of a 14,000m2 office building in ...

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