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24-7 Group acquires JW Jones and Son

Multi-disciplinary engineering company, 24-7 Group, has acquired JW Jones and Son Ltd, specialists in the design, installation and maintenance of electrical, heating and plumbing services. This strategic acquisition aligns with 24-7 Group’s long-term growth strategy and will play a pivotal ...

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Solar powered

Solar panels could be the cure for the energy crisis hangover, says James Cunningham, MD, Geo Green Power Energy prices may have stabilised, but they have certainly not returned to pre-energy crisis levels. Ultimately this means paying more for energy, ...

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University of Bradford and SSE Energy Solutions partner to drive green technology and skills development

A strategic partnership has been signed between the University of Bradford and energy infrastructure expert SSE Energy Solutions to collaborate on education, research, and the implementation of sustainable energy initiatives. The partnership aims to use the expertise and resources of both ...

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Government must ‘act now’ on energy storage or risk energy security and net zero

A House of Lords committee has warned the Government that it must “act fast” to ensure long-duration energy storage technologies can scale up in time to play a vital role in decarbonising the electricity system and ensuring energy security by ...

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Solivus adds solar solutions to bp’s integrated energy portfolio

Following a rigorous and competitive commercial bid process, Solivus, a pioneering developer of lightweight solar solutions has been awarded a three-year contract for the engineering, procurement, construction, and installation of PV Solar Systems for bp and its customers. The purpose ...

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Mitie to deliver electrical works for new MYTILINEOS project

Mitie has secured a new project with MYTILINEOS Energy & Metals, an international industrial company with a focus on integrated development of renewable energy sources (RES), to deliver electrical grid connection works for a solar PV development site in Barkestone, ...

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Veolia feasibility study highlights potential of carbon capture technology 

Veolia has launched a site feasibility study ahead of a pilot project to use innovative carbon capture processes in energy recovery facilities (ERF) in the UK, which could deliver greater sustainability to marine and aviation transport, and achieve ecological transformation ...

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Veolia successfully completes vehicle-to-grid trial

The waste collection fleet operator plans to electrify all of its 1,800 Refuse Collection Vehicles, RCV, in the country by 2040, and has unveiled a world-first vehicle-to-grid (V2G) innovation that will enable waste collection trucks to power UK homes by ...

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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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Avoiding the bystander effect in decarbonisation

By Tim Rook, Chief Markets Officer at Clade Engineering Systems Most organisations have an active desire to tackle climate change and make positive changes within their business practice towards long-term sustainability. Climate initiatives, business grants, and information about renewable energy ...

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