Graham Mann, Water Industry Expert April 1st 2007 was a key date in the UK water industry as the water market opened its doors allowing non-residential customers to negotiate a better price on their water and waste water bills. The expectation...
For public sector organisations, switching any kind of supplier can be a lengthy and complex process – so before a contract goes out to tender, the procurement team needs to know that there’s a good reason to do so....
  Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are not a new phenomenon. The technology was first used during the Second World War to gather intelligence by taking aerial photographs. However, today’s applications for GIS are far more sophisticated. Here, Martyn Williams, managing...
Adam Vincent, CEO, ThreatConnect On December 23 2015, 230,000 people in Ukraine were left in the dark for six hours after hackers compromised several power distribution centres which provide electricity to residents in Ukraine. The attackers used spearphishing emails and...
The UK’s largest electricity distribution network, UK Power Networks, has been named as the most improved company in the Sunday Times Top 25 Best Big Companies to Work For list.  The company rose 18 places and won a special...
  Steam systems may not be the most complex, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need regular care and attention. Marc Hough, Product Manager for Flow Control at ERIKS UK and Ireland, says there are seven traps to avoid.  1: If...
Representatives from self-supply licence holders and applicants Greene King, Whitbread, Marston’s and Coca-Cola European Partners have come together for the first time for an inaugural Self-Supply Users Forum (SSUF) meeting. The Forum, designed to enable the self-supply community to engage...
SOCOTEC, the UK’s leading provider of testing, inspection and compliance services, has recently launched the upgraded and improved version of their OASIS Water Recycling unit. Having recognised the need to reduce running costs and make cooling tower systems more environmentally...
ETW Energietechnik modernizes energy supply concept of the University of Göttingen and the University Medical School (UMG) The basic supply of electricity and gas to the economy is one of the pillars of the Energy Industry Act. However, the safe...
Green light for Göppingen The local authorities in the German town of Göppingen have already used several road-lighting projects to make the switch to LED – with more set to follow. The R2L2 range, designed by Thorn for exactly this...