Pete Seddon of Rinnai lists the most important points of ensuring that continuous flow hot water heating units are well serviced and maintained to ensure the longest possible and most economical working life. There...
DW Windsor launch catenary and pendant versions of the Sephora range Do you have a project which involves narrow streets? Or perhaps your objective is to regain public space. Then have you...
Intermittent energy sources such as solar and wind power are an increasingly viable option for small and large-scale power applications thanks to improvements in energy storage. Lithium-ion batteries are currently the most popular power...
The Carbon Trust and Salix Finance are working in partnership to relaunch the Public Sector Network to support information circulation and facilitate conversations around the topic of climate change action. Both organisations are delighted to...
Darragh Gleeson, Senior Project Consultant, IES The construction industry is not renowned for being open to change. However, Digital Engineering concepts such as building simulation and improved digital information management are assisting in the design and construction of...
The region’s power network operator launches benchmark state-of-the-region report into community energy across the region Electricity North West, the region’s power network operator, has revealed the findings of its inaugural survey of community energy...
Voltage imbalance is not a power quality issue in the sense of the quality of the sinus of the electrical supply or events occurring on it, like harmonics and transients for example, but is nevertheless of critical...
St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is set to unlock an annual saving of more than £500,000 on its energy bills thanks to the installation of new energy technology at Whiston Hospital.
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has delivered a framework for the UK construction and property industry to transition new and existing buildings to becoming net zero carbon by 2050, to meet the ambitions of the Paris Climate Agreement. BSRIA is part of...
It’s a classic policy dispute: How much should the current generation invest in reducing carbon emissions for the benefit of future generations? A study published in Nature Communications helps answer this question by quantifying...