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New connections – a watershed moment

By John Marsh, GTC’s Water Director The deregulation of the water retail market for non-domestic customers has received considerable attention. There has been less fanfare,...

How the world’s cities are transitioning to renewable energy

The world is in the process of transitioning to a low-carbon economy based on clean energy, to address the risks of climate change and...

How local government can drive the EV agenda

Lee Feihn, UK Business Developer at NewMotion, analyses the perpetual movement of the Electric Vehicle (EV) landscape in the UK and the role local...

Water, water everywhere… but only if you have a licence

It’s hard to remember a time when water was splashed across the headlines as frequently as it has been recently. Floods, droughts, plastics, day...

RINNAI TACKLES RUGBY LEAGUE SPONSORSHIP WITH WIDNES VIKINGS

Rinnai, the UK’s leading manufacturing supplier of commercial hot water heating systems, has a major sports sponsorship with one of Rugby Leagues most historic...

Solar carports offer both a clear solution for EV charge-point infrastructure and the means...

Solar carport specialist FlexiSolar recruit expert team to get the UK ready for the electric vehicles revolution  To improve the air quality in our towns...

Industry is wasting potential 44TWh each year, whitepaper finds

Power quality specialist proposes energy savings in whitepaper Power quality specialist REO UK has released a whitepaper proposing that a lack of efficiency in...

Water market deregulation – to switch or not to switch, that is the question?

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...

Organisations will benefit from engaging in the water market

For public sector organisations, switching any kind of supplier can be a lengthy and complex process – so before a contract goes out to...

The unsung hero of boilerhouse efficiency

Boilerhouse managers and operators are constantly battling with rising energy prices. With pressure to remain competitive and reduce these costs, the search to combat...