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Breathe easy

New evidence suggests indoor air quality directly contributes to staff productivity. We look at the ways a ventilation system can both enhance occupant comfort and contribute to a green infrastructure within buildings The recent shift in attitudes towards employee wellbeing ...

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The letter of the law

Experts from law firm TLT and energy provider E.ON advise on meeting minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) when buying and renting out commercial property From 1 April 2018 it will be unlawful to grant a tenancy of a property with ...

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St Albans City and District Council invest in Goodlight LED panels to transform office lighting

LED Eco Lights has announced that St Albans City and District Council has completed phase one of a project to replace fluorescent tubes within their 6000 m² office building with long life, energy efficient LED panels from the Goodlight range. Following ...

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ECEX Air Intake Screens’ benefits revealed in video

ECEX has produced a three-minute video explaining how its Air Intake Screens can help reduce maintenance and increase energy efficiency of HVAC plant including air handling units, chillers, condensers and cooling towers. ECEX Air Intake Screens are long-lasting external protection ...

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Landmarc named ‘Sustainable Business of the Year’

Landmarc Support Services has won the title ‘Sustainable Business of the Year’ at the recent Ministry of Defence (MoD) Sanctuary Awards. The awards are held each year to recognise and encourage initiatives that benefit wildlife, archaeology, environmental improvement or community awareness of ...

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Green Building Councils and world cities unite to accelerate energy efficiency in buildings

Under a new partnership between the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) and the World Resources Institute-led Building Efficiency Accelerator (BEA), Green Building Councils and cities from across the globe are joining forces to ramp up energy efficiency within buildings. Green ...

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TEL launches in US

UK-based world-leading electronic airflow control and monitor manufacturer and consultant, Temperature Electronics Ltd (TEL), has extended its reach across the globe with the launch of TEL-Americas in the US. As a member of the ECM Holding Group, TEL-Americas specialises in ...

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Keysource signs up for critical FM at Leicester Uni

The University of Leicester has appointed business critical environments experts, Keysource, to provide critical data facilities management services on a three-year extendable contract. The contract award builds on a seven-year relationship which started in 2009 when Keysource designed and built the ...

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GE to deliver 50% energy savings with Santander infrastructure upgrade

GE is to deliver energy savings of more than 50% and cut greenhouse gas emissions by more than 7,000 tonnes annually with Santander lighting infrastructure upgrade Demonstrating that corporations no longer have to choose between ‘profit and planet’, GE has ...

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Dealing with data centres

Data centres use huge amounts of electricity, with larger enterprises spending millions of pounds in energy every year. This reality, set against a background of rising energy costs and growing green legislation suggests that energy efficiency would be data centre ...

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