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Together as one

Karl Walker of Beckhoff Automation explains how a building automation control platform can bring building functions together on one integrated system and simplify facilities management The International Energy Agency predicts that global energy consumption will rise by up to 30 ...

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Feel the power at Energy 2017

Responding to visitor demand, Energy 2017 will feature even more innovative products and solutions. Among the nine shows held during UK Construction Week at Birmingham’s NEC from 10th-12th October, Energy 2017 will be dedicated to renewables, innovation and power solutions ...

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Veolia retains energy performance contract with London Museum

Global resource management company, Veolia, through its specialist subsidiary Veolia-Cynergin has retained a 10-year energy performance contract with the Natural History Museum in London and two of the museum’s other sites.  Veolia-Cynergin has worked with the Natural History Museum since ...

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Engie awarded energy supply and management contract with Yorkshire Water

Yorkshire Water has appointed Engie as its energy supply and services partner as it looks to reduce its electricity costs. The partnership will see Engie deliver a flexible, competitive energy supply to the water company whilst the two companies work together ...

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Rinnai system thinking for gyms

Rinnai’s gym specific solution delivers a new generation of fully integrated, high efficiency & cost effective hot water heating and delivery systems Rinnai has developed a new and innovative concept of economical and efficient hot water delivery specifically for gyms ...

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Phase two ESOS guide published

A new guide to assist facilities managers in preparing for compliance with phase two of the UK Government’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) has been published. The mandatory energy assessment scheme requires ‘large undertakings’, such as organisations with more than 250 ...

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ENGIE combines energy and TFM services in extended CNH Industrial deal

ENGIE has been awarded a two-year extension on its existing contract with capital goods company, CNH Industrial N.V. which will see the combination of both energy and total facilities management service delivery and increase the scope to include all UK ...

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Protect & Survive

All critical systems require protection from electrical disturbances, but choosing the right UPS solution depends on the individual needs of the organisation, says Alan Luscombe a director at Uninterruptible Power Supplies, a Kohler company For some organisations, an uninterruptible power ...

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Trend receives rave reviews at the Queen’s Theatre

A modern 500-seat theatre located in Hornchurch, London, the Queen’s Theatre opened in its current purpose built site on Billet Lane in 1975. As a registered charity and a cultural hub of the area, over 200,000 people enjoy the theatre’s ...

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Mitie expands its partnership with Thales UK

Thales UK Ltd., part of Thales, a global technology business for the aerospace, transportation, and defence and security markets has awarded Mitie a nine-year expanded contract. The new deal follows an initial five-year (£40 million) contract, which Mitie won in ...

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