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National Landlords Association selects MITIE as exclusive Green Deal partner

MITIE, the FTSE 250 outsourcing company, has been appointed by the  (NLA) as its exclusive Green Deal installer. The NLA, a leading association for private residential landlords in the UK, awarded the contract to MITIE as the government officially launched ...

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Bromley turns up the funds for May Gurney’s £21m street lighting contract

Bromley Council has announced a new £8.5 million investment in new state of the art street lighting as part of a new ten year street lighting contract, worth up to £21 million to the council’s existing street lighting contractor, May Gurney (Cartledge) ...

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London’s district heating schemes mapped out in new guide

A new set of guidelines has been published by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, to support the delivery of decentralised energy schemes in the capital. The ‘District Heating Manual for London‘ provides practical guidance for developers, network designers and ...

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Colourful report depicts future of buildings in 2050

A colourful, new report detailing how buildings in our cities could look and function in 2050 has been published. Capturing new and forward-looking building concepts and technologies whilst combining them all into one smart building, the report authors and the illustrator ...

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Lighting the way to bright hangars and low bills at RAF Benson

Maintenance staff at a frontline RAF helicopter base are enjoying a better working environment, thanks to new lighting that not only brightens their working day but also saves energy and money. The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has worked with its ...

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Big switch off for the City of Light

Paris, often referred to as The City of Light, is preparing for the big switch off as a mandatory order to switch off night lighting comes into force. Delphine Batho, the French minister for ecology, sustainable development and energy, has ...

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Employee engagement is a vital component in reducing energy consumption

While much discussion regarding corporate energy consumption revolves around senior-level decisions, a hospitality sector seminar hosted by ebm-papst heard that the role of frontline staff cannot be underestimated. The seminar – one of a series of sector-specific meetings hosted by ...

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Keele University switches on to solar in carbon reduction strategy

Work has just go underway at Keele University’s campus in Staffordshire, to install solar PV systems in a bid to manage its future energy consumption and reduce carbon emissions. In a deal worth more than £300,000, npower Energy Services will supply ...

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Glasgow scoops £24m to test out connected city technology

Glasgow has beaten off stiff competition from 30 other UK cities to win £24 million of government investment to showcase how UK cities can grow their local economy and improve the lives of their citizens by making the most of new ...

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EPC improvements for private rented sector landlords costs and guidance published

Landlords are urged to consider what works may be required to improve their property’s EPC ratings sooner rather than later, to stay ahead of planned regulation. Research provided by the BPF and Energy Saving Trust has shown that the cost ...

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