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Another Government project over budget and late on delivery, wait another 4 years we are told, in this case, Smart meters with cost spiralling to £13.5 billion up from the original £2.5billion originally forecast.

HAVE YOU SEEN THE LIGHT?

How much of the energy consumed in a typical building is accounted for by the lighting? If you don’t already know, you’ll probably be amazed that the answer is around 40%! As lighting is such a big...
Welsh-based engineering and technology innovators DeeR Technology have developed a new game-changing meter reading device which aims to deliver substantial savings and efficiencies for the water industry and its customers. In addition, the UK manufactured invention...
There can be very few buildings that don’t have some form of environmental control. Whether it’s a simple heating system or a complex HVAC installation, those responsible for operating and maintaining it face two challenges: they...
Ian Hopkins Public sector organisations may be missing out on opportunities to maximise energy efficiency savings and improve cost and carbon performance because they don’t have clear visibility over their energy...

MOTORISE YOUR ENERGY SAVINGS

It’s almost impossible to think of a business that doesn’t use electric motors. In industry, they power the manufacturing processes, and in virtually every commercial building they drive the systems that provide a comfortable working environment....
Metreg Technologies offers a complete product range for fiscal and non-fiscal gas measurement for industrial and commercial applications. Metreg measuring devices stand out thanks to their high precision and robust design with each meter being individually calibrated...
Jonathan Barrett, Managing Director, EMEA at Dataminr The energy sector is plagued with uncertainty. When energy services are impaired by a disruptive event, the resulting business impact can be immediate, significant, and widespread. Organisations that succeed...
As with voltage imbalance, covered in the previous article, reactive power and power factor are not power quality issues in the same sense as harmonics and transients, but are of critical importance, particularly with regards to a...
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...