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Heatsavr is put to the test

As pressure mounts on commercial leisure operators to control energy budgets, the pool hall becomes the obvious area of focus. Indoor swimming pools can...

Tomatin Chooses Flogas for Oil to Gas Conversion

In a move to significantly reduce fuel costs and carbon emissions, the Tomatin whisky distillery in the Scottish Highlands has chosen Flogas Britain for...

LOGSTOR to provide over 3.5km of pipes at revolutionary energy project in Gateshead

LOGSTOR, the world leader in pre-insulated pipe systems for district heating and cooling has been signed as the approved supplier for an important energy...

Plate heat exchangers for commercial applications

A hot water system using a plate heat exchanger (PHE) does not store hot water. The water is heated instantaneously and only when required,...

eSight Energy to help organisations Go Green with ENVI

eSight Energy, developers of the leading eSight energy management software, have launched eSight ENVI, an innovative energy dashboard to display engaging and interactive...

Rodeca helps Severnside recover its energy

Cladding by Rodeca is being used on an Energy Recovery Centre in South Gloucestershire A massive 4,000m2 of translucent polycarbonate cladding panels by Rodeca are...

IT infrastructure, cost saving, energy efficiency: Cloud&Heat’s trendsetting concept

Data servers as energy providers for heating and warm water – this innovative, highly efficient concept is implemented by Cloud&Heat. As Cloud&Heat link server...

Dutch Energiesprong housing innovation to come to the UK

The European Commission recently announced €3.6 million of Horizon 2020 grant funding to roll out the innovative Dutch Energiesprong housing refurbishment approach, the aim...

New energy supplier Bristol Energy is in it for the social good

Bristol Energy, the first municipal energy company in the South West and one of the first in the country, is officially open for business....

SuperHomes are both low-carbon and low-energy, research finds

According to new research undertaken by the National Energy Foundation, low-carbon SuperHomes are also low-energy homes, with the most efficient in the survey using 86%...