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Energy efficiency expectations

According to the Data for the Public Good report by the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) in December 2017, a digital twin of UK infrastructure...

Becoming smarter through real-time GIS and information: GIS for the energy industry

  Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are not a new phenomenon. The technology was first used during the Second World War to gather intelligence by taking...

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How would a nation-backed energy sector hack unfold?

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...

Power company named most improved in top 25 places to work

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...

Fuelling the UK’s green gas revolution

By Matt Hale, International Sales and Marketing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers The use of biomethane as a transport fuel is at once both the most...

Ignoring energy efficiency is big risk for public sector

Those who overlook the opportunity to save energy now are likely to regret it when faced with predicted higher energy bills of the future,...

Seven traps to avoid with your steam system

  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...

Power and Energy Logging

Monitoring power and energy usage in a facility or installation can often identify hidden issues that affect both operational and environmental quality, can pinpoint...

Smart City Lighting Strategy launched for the Square Mile

The City of London Corporation has announced it will bring innovative lighting proposals to the Square Mile, including remotely operated lighting that will complement...