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Optimising efficiency with CHP

Combined heat and power (CHP) is becoming a popular choice for public sector organisations looking to reduce their building’s energy costs and carbon footprint....

Solid oxide fuel cells the best technology to make low-carbon hydrogen economy a reality:...

Solid oxide fuel cells are close to overcoming the key challenges that have so far held back greater adoption of fuel cell technology, new...

The deregulated water market one year on – a broker’s perspective

One year on from water deregulation in England, Kinect Energy Group’s commercial water director, Chris Quinn, expresses his concerns about the business community’s receptiveness...

There are great savings to be made in electricity costs…however…

In recent years there has been a steady increase in the number of businesses that have been created to help other businesses save energy,...

“Te Mauri, Te Raoi ao Te Tabomoa”

-- Kiribati Motto translates as "Health, Peace and Prosperity" -- A long time ago when I was working for the MOD I wrote an article...

Thorn introduces Flow – their most versatile outdoor luminaire yet

The brand new Flow fits seamlessly into any setting, empowering designers to create urban spaces with a unified appearance Thorn Lighting is proud to announce...

RINNAI is HAPPY motoring aboard the bedroam bus

Rinnai, the leader in continuous flow gas fired water heater systems, has had one its products featured on prime-time television, being a fleeting start...

Goodlight LED lighting delivers energy savings to logistics company

Leading LED lighting brand, Goodlight, has announced that Hi-Speed Services, an independent transport and logistics company in Surrey has refurbished its offices and warehouse...

Sigma energy management software; better decisions, quicker

Sigma energy management software enables businesses to optimise their energy management strategy with a structured, co-ordinated and integrated approach to managing energy. The Sigma Energy...

Remote Water Monitoring and Management in the Hebrides

Bell Flow were approached by a customer with a second home in the Hebridean Islands, which was often unoccupied and visited sporadically. They wanted...