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EasiLume’s LED ‘prefect for the job’

EasiLume recently fitted its fully controllable LEDs into the Universal Business Team’s (UBT) new conference centre, Exchange Place, in Warwickshire. EasiLume, the expert in LED, was set the challenge of finding a long lasting, low maintenance light which could be ...

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Achieve your energy reduction targets with Airius

Energy efficiency is high on everyone’s agenda, and businesses are increasingly searching for ways to reduce their energy costs and carbon emissions. Many have already put processes in place to reduce their energy usage, carbon emissions, and costs but the ...

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Aspiring to be green

An increasingly important aspect of a facilities manager’s role is cutting the carbon footprint of their organisation. There are numerous ways to go about this, from simple changes to lighting and heating, to switching energy suppliers, to large-scale installations of ...

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Report calls for energy efficiency to be a national infrastructure priority

The UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) has responded to a new report from the Aldersgate Group on the business case for a low carbon economy, which calls on government to make energy efficiency a national infrastructure priority. The report, A ...

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Keysource urges data centres to comply with new energy legislation

Keysource, a specialist in business critical environments, is warning data centre operators and tenants that they have less than six months to ensure they meet the requirements of ESOS, the new EU legislation which monitors energy management. Companies that fail to comply risk large penalties. ...

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Getting the light right

In this edition of Fast Facts, Mark Salt of the LIA Laboratories explains why independent verification of lighting products is important for FMs who are looking for guaranteed improvements in performance and reductions in life-cycle costs How has lighting changed ...

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SFG20 – the definitive standard for building maintenance

Bruce Kirton, B&ES Publications chief executive, explains how having a standard for building maintenance has never been more important. Maintaining buildings to an appropriate standard is universally accepted as essential, but what does ‘appropriate’ actually mean? With ever-changing regulations, keeping up ...

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SatiLED – a Rising Star! from P4 Ltd, the UK’s recognised emergency lighting self-test experts

P4 Limited is proud to introduce SatiLED, their latest, ground breaking new product. A rising star, in the continuing development of P4’s self-testing emergency lighting range, SatiLED’s outstanding light distribution offers cost savings for all who specify or install emergency ...

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Energy Institute leads the way with ESOS Assessors

The Energy Institute (EI) has been approved by the Environment Agency to qualify Lead Assessors under the UK government’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). As of 17 October 2014, members of the EI’s Register of Professional Energy Consultants (RPEC) and ...

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Sabien’s new M1G improves energy efficiency of direct-fired water heaters

Sabien Technology has developed the M1G, a new retrofit control technology designed to reduce the operating costs of direct-fired water heaters. Field trials in office and hotel applications have shown average energy savings of 12% with payback periods ranging from ...

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