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Significant opportunities are being missed in commercial retrofits

According to the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) significant opportunities are being missed by office investors, owners, and occupiers who do not have clear retrofit strategies in place. Firstly, through missing the “easy wins” – low cost, low disruption measures ...

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The role of plumbing and heating in successful retrofit and renovation

As the UK progresses on the road to net-zero, RWC’s Richard Bateman, Product Marketing Manager for Plumbing and Heating, explores the importance of retrofit and renovation – and why heating and plumbing installers have a leading role to play. There ...

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Green horizons

Catherine Wheatley, Head of Energy Services, Mitie says AI will play a major role in supporting the FM sector’s green agenda this year As King Charles put it when addressing world leaders at COP28, now is the time for ‘transformational ...

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SBTi approves Ground Control’s ambitious net-zero targets

Ground Control’s leadership of the land management and biodiversity sector has again been highlighted with its commitment to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2038 being validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). Twelve years ahead of the Government’s ...

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Mitie outlines decarbonisation predictions for 2024

Mitie has launched its Net Zero Navigator 2024, detailing nine key decarbonisation predictions for the year ahead along with advice and support for organisations taking their next steps on the transition to net zero. Carbon reporting Research from the Net ...

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Most UK businesses unprepared for energy shortages or disruptions

New data by UK power solutions provider, Critical Power Supplies (CPS), reveals that more than half of organisations are unprepared for future energy shortages or disruptions despite more than two-thirds agreeing that demand for back-up power generation is set to ...

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Avoiding the bystander effect in decarbonisation

By Tim Rook, Chief Markets Officer at Clade Engineering Systems Most organisations have an active desire to tackle climate change and make positive changes within their business practice towards long-term sustainability. Climate initiatives, business grants, and information about renewable energy ...

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Sodexo Live! helping to feed football fans more sustainably

Brighton & Hove Albion fans are being fed a lot more sustainably, as food waste from the American Express Stadium has started to be sent to a regenerative farm in West Sussex that the club’s venue partner, Sodexo Live! works ...

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Sustainable transport and infrastructure framework launches to help drive NHS’ journey to net zero

A new ‘Sustainable Transport and Infrastructure’ framework agreement designed to support the NHS in lowering its carbon output and achieve its 2040 carbon net zero emissions ambition, has been launched by NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS). The procurement framework ...

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CCF’S carbon reporting tool recognised with Google Award

The new carbon reporting tool that is currently being trialled by insulation, drywall and ceiling product distributors CCF is one of the key initiatives that has helped parent company Travis Perkins plc secure a prestigious award win. The Group has ...

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