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Carbon countdown

Pressure is mounting on businesses to make the transition to zero carbon, but Graham Oxley, MD of Energy with Services at ENGIE, says the road to carbon neutrality is far from straightforward Many organisations are fragmented, with different departments responsible ...

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Power up at Energy 2017

The industry trade event dedicated to renewables, innovation and power solutions within the built environment returns this year – jam-packed with world leading content, CPD sessions and leading industry brands On 10th – 12th October, Energy 2017 will once again ...

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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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Energising 2016

Energy 2016 is the industry trade event dedicated to renewables, innovation and power solutions. FMJ tells you why the event will bring together everything from energy storage to biomass, from water management to renewable solutions under one roof Energy 2016 ...

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Cofely Besix powers Dubai’s first ‘zero carbon’ call centre and control room

Cofely Besix Facilities Management (CBFM) has launched the region’s first ‘zero carbon’ call centre and control room, which is powered round the clock by PV Solar. CBFM recently installed a Hybrid PV Solar installation on the roof of its Dubai operations ...

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Savills in Scotland issues warning on renewables deadlines

Whilst Scottish local authority planning statistics reveal an improvement in the time taken to determine renewable applications, Nick Green head of Savills Energy in Scotland has warned that delays in securing grid connections and uncertainty over future funding are continuing ...

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National Trust harnesses the power of business & renewables

A hydro scheme on the side of Snowdon has been switched on, marking the date a new trading company set up by the National Trust begins to harness the power it generates, to help fund conservation. The new hydro-turbine which ...

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Warnings of energy inflation and blackouts prompt onsite generation action

Major UK companies are looking to renewables and onsite generation as fears of energy supply problems increase, a new report has found. Nearly nine out of every ten (88%) UK businesses are worried about the security of their energy supply ...

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MOD estate’s natural capital resources to be mapped out

Two pilot locations in the Ministry of Defence’s (MoD) estate are to be mapped out for  their natural capital benefits. Natural capital mapping is about recognising, securing and using the value of nature’s assets such as the wildlife, forests, water, carbon ...

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Green-savvy Blenheim Palace to install £180,000 hydro power system

World heritage site Blenheim Palace is set to install a state-of-the art, £180,000 micro hydropower scheme on the River Glyme this autumn. The scheme will generate enough clean electricity to power the equivalent of 18 homes – almost three times ...

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