Energy Manager or Soothsayer?

The modern energy manager has to have a wide range of highly developed skills; they need to be numerate both to handle the financial elements and the vast amount of consumption data they can now have available from advanced...
By John Langley-Davis, Strategic Marketing Manager at Schneider Electric Before the century is through, the energy world as we know it will cease to exist. Spurred on by massive and widespread electrification programmes in the developing world, humanity’s hunger for...
Tim Hipperson, Director at Business Energy Claims Energy brokers are there to help businesses search the often confusing and crowded energy supply market to find business energy contracts from suppliers on behalf of the customer. However, a lack of regulation by...
By Phil Ivers, head of customer optimisation at Gazprom Energy Independent supplier growth, key market mergers and acquisitions, and an end to ‘sleeping’ customers on standard variable tariffs; there’s definitely change afoot in the UK energy market. This evolving market has...

A date in the diary

A Building Energy Management System (BEMS) must be given attention throughout the year in order to maximise its potential. Daniel Taylor, National Operations Leader at Trend Control Systems, explains why a 24/7/365 approach to BEMS optimisation can ensure optimum...
Extending the reach of affordable solar energy will have both environmental and societal benefits says Dr. Geoff J. Nesbitt, CEO, Verditek Clean technology is more than just a ‘greenwash’ that some have accused the e-tech and energy industries of...
Chris Goggin of Rinnai looks at how smart design and control options can design out Legionella PROLIFERATION Legionella control and risk avoidance thereof are top of the list when designing heating and hot water systems. The whole supply chain – manufacturers...
By José Melico, Founder of Zypho Across the public sector energy is a major concern both for short term budgeting and long-term sustainability.  In the future, finding ways not just to save energy but to develop ways to reuse energy...
The time is now for renewables in emerging markets The world is moving away from using traditional energy sources in favour of renewables. In 2017, the latest International Energy Outlook by the US Energy Information Administration revealed that total global...
-- Kiribati Motto translates as "Health, Peace and Prosperity" -- A long time ago when I was working for the MOD I wrote an article for the company magazine titled something like “Why turning a light off in Shropshire today...