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RBS scaling up its JUMP programme

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After a successful pilot of the JUMP sustainability engagement programme by RBS, the Bank is rolling it across the UK and Ireland. The launch of the roll-out was timed to follow on from Earth Hour on 25th March. RBS piloted ...

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EasiLume’s LEDs fit the bill for Focus School

EasiLume has just completed an LED lighting project for the Focus Learning Trust School at Stoke Poges. Commissioned by Atlas Solutions Ltd, EasiLume designed, supplied and managed the complete lighting project as part of the refurbishment of the school. The ...

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Western Air Ducts installs intelligent LEV solution at new research centre

The new High Temperature Research Centre (HTRC) will provide the UK with world-leading R&D investment casting capabilities – and to tackle the dust extraction and fume extraction challenges these processes involve, Western Air Ducts has designed and installed a complete, ...

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JCC revolutionise energy savings with their new industrial lighting range

JCC are proud to announce the introduction of Toughbay, a comprehensive range of industrial LED lighting solutions that provide 50% energy savings across the range and deliver enhanced benefits from the very latest in cutting-edge LED chip technology. The Toughbay ...

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B.E.G launch super-flat ‘invisible’ occupancy sensor

A new super-flat occupancy sensor with a thickness of less than 1mm has been released by building automation specialist B.E.G.The B.E.G. Luxomat PD11 is so thin it is almost invisible once it has been built into the ceiling but still ...

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Kier appoints LJJ on £4.2 Million M&E project

LJJ has been awarded a £4.2 million project to design and install a Cat A electrical and mechanical installation at Plot C of Farnborough Business Park, by main contractor Kier. The building services specialist will begin work on the project later ...

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Painting by (Carbon) Numbers

Understanding how your building uses energy and the behaviours that can affect this are vital components of any strategy to reduce carbon emissions. Neil Fright, chief executive officer at Carbon Numbers, explains how collecting the right information can provide valuable ...

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‘The cheapest kilowatt is the one you never use’ retrofit champion argues

British businesses must get serious about retrofitting energy-saving equipment in their facilities, instead of chasing “green bling” buildings if they want to meet emission targets and save money. This was the urgent call from industry professionals speaking at an industry-wide conference ...

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Incentive signs green deal with Scottish Care home provider

Incentive Carbon Management (ICM), part of facilities management business Incentive FM Group, has signed a six figure deal with Renaissance Care (Scotland) ltd, to reduce the organisation’s energy costs and carbon footprint. Under the terms of the contract ICM will ...

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Interserve partners with Sussex Uni in £150m FM contract

Interserve and University of Sussex have partnered in a multi million pound service delivery contract. The international support services and construction group, has formed a new partnership called ‘Sussex Estates and Facilities LLP’ with the university, which will deliver a 10-year ...

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