Silver Accreditation acknowledges BIU’s investment in people through lockdown

Energy consultancy BIU has been awarded the coveted Silver Investors in People (IIP) accreditation, only achieved by 20% businesses assessed, recognising its commitment to...

Nearly three quarters of local authorities are not monitoring computer energy consumption, new research...

Findings cast doubt over effectiveness of green strategies in local government Only seven local authorities in London are able to accurately calculate the power consumption...

Designing low carbon buildings: Swansea team’s know-how gathered in new toolkit for others to...

The team that designed and built two low carbon buildings at Swansea University, which generate their own energy, is publishing a toolkit of the...

ABB showcases ways to make HVAC applications more efficient

At EMEX 2017, ABB is featuring eBooks, interactive demonstrations, expertise, variable speed drives and motors, targeting ways to improve the energy efficiency and climate...

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...

IMServ first non-domestic metering business in the UK to receive OU accreditation for smart...

IMServ, one of the UK’s leading Energy Data Collection and Meter Operations service providers, is the first non-domestic metering business to become a user...

LED lighting for Stapletons Tyres gives major energy and CO2 savings

Ecolighting UK Ltd has recently won an £850,000 contract with Stapletons Tyres to install LED lighting into all its 11 warehouses around the country...

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...

Water companies’ apps way off expectations of Gen Z digital natives

Whilst 36% prefer to use an app to manage their essential services, only 25% do Water companies must improve their mobile applications and strategies in...

UK beacon for community energy switched on by Lord Henley

A ground-breaking community energy scheme, which enables residents to generate, store and use solar electricity, has been switched on in Nottingham. University of Nottingham-led, the green energy...