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UK’s 5% VAT rate on energy saving materials under threat from Europe

The European Commission is to take the UK to Court over its refusal to fall into line with the rest of Europe and drop its reduced rates of VAT for energy saving goods and services. The Commission will refer the ...

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£385m acquisition of Enterprise a ‘good strategic fit’ for Amey

Amey’s parent company, Ferrovial Services, has today announced that it has reached an agreement with international investor 3i to buy infrastructure, waste and facilities firm Enterprise plc for 385 million pounds (443 million euro). The acquisition of Enterprise strengthens Madrid-based, Ferrovial’s footprint ...

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Riegens are in the Frame

Riegens Lighting chose LuxLive 2012 for the launch of its new Frame slim-line, suspended luminaire. Combining the latest generation of LEDs with prismatic light technology, Frame’s aesthetic design makes it ideal for high end office lighting installations. Frame provides direct ...

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New website provides ‘easy and open access’ to global energy information

A new online resource has been launched for businesses, governments, academia, and the media to look for and explore global energy information. The energy data and reference material in the new website of the World Energy Council (WEC) [1], provides open access ...

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Boiler efficiency device manufacturer welcomes PM’s energy efficiency pledge

The manufacturer of an energy efficient product designed to reduce fuel consumption in commercial boilers, has welcomed David Cameron’s recent pledge in his speech to the House of Commons on Monday, to make the UK the most energy efficient economy in Europe. ...

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Leading property firm portfolio recognised for its energy achievements

A leading property and asset management company has received recognition for its energy management success across its entire office and retail portfolio. The company manages well-known schemes such as Broadgate, Regent’s Place and Ropemaker Place and the inbuilt energy management ...

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Net-zero buildings are worthy indictors of energy management success

Multi-national corporations should strive for net-zero buildings as optimal outcomes of their long-term energy management and energy conservation strategies, according to a new public policy advocacy statement from CoreNet Global, a leading association for corporate real estate (CRE) and workplace ...

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Contractors appointed to supply demand response to public sector estate

The Government Procurement Service (GPS) has signed up service providers to provide demand response services to central government and public sector facilities, including NHS trusts and hospitals, Ministry of Defence, Department for Transport, universities and local councils across the UK ...

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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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