By Matt Allen, CEO, Pivot Power Climate change is making UK cities re-think how they source energy and power transport. In Birmingham, the city council is working to deliver tens of millions of pounds worth of cycling routes, while...
In a ground-breaking move for the UK’s renewables industry, a battery storage unit developed by Anesco has officially become the first battery storage asset to supply electricity to National Grid’s Balancing Mechanism. Breach Farm, a 10MW battery storage site in...
The advantages of Blue ID BEMS (building energy management system) technology from Priva are proving central to the success of a major energy recovery centre constructed near Bristol. Priva Blue ID will add value for the client and optimise energy usage at every level...
While the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) welcomes the new tax exemption for employees charging their personally owned electric car at work, it would like to see HMRC address the complicated tax rules of reimbursing employees for business travel...
ning consultancy, has launched two new frameworks designed to enable and encourage NHS Trusts and other public sector bodies to make savings on their energy bills as well as drive efficiencies. The two new frameworks are: - A Battery Storage...
Next-generation lighting equipment and boiler controls have been installed at the Edinburgh Primary School and Adult Learning Centre operated by Waltham Forest Council. The energy-saving potential of a large primary school and adult learning centre in the London Borough of...
The buildings where we live, sleep, and work hold enormous potential in terms of saving energy. We can unlock these opportunities hidden behind concrete, glass and steel – to generate huge savings, create jobs and build better places to...
Groundbreaking ceremony took place at Keele University to mark the official start of works Siemens will upgrade existing energy infrastructure and install smart devices Keele has the largest university campus in the UK with 12,000 students and staff,...
A pioneering project aims to convert air-polluting diesel engines due for scrap into renewable power storage units that can charge electric bus and lorry fleets. The research is being carried out by the University of Nottingham with support from Volvo Trucks. While diesel engines are still viewed as economical and efficient...
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 initiative is situated at Trent Basin, a 250-acre brownfield re-development of 500 low-carbon homes under construction...