John Walsh, Senior Strategic Account Manager at E.ON Have you ever thought about why you save energy at home but not at your workplace? Our research shows more than twice as many people...
By David Hall, VP Power Systems UK & Ireland, Schneider Electric If the newspaper headlines of the past few months were all you had to go by, it may seem as though the battle...
By Paul Sheffield, Chief Operating Officer, Haven Power According to UK greenhouse gas emissions figures, the combustion of fuel in public sector buildings directly accounts for 7.8 million tonnes of CO2 emissions and leads to an annual energy bill of...
When specifying a hot water storage system there will be several considerations to make, but sizing will be key to ensuring a building’s demand for hot water is met. George Linder, Product Manager of Cylinders at...
Paul Hutchens is CEO of Midlands-based solar specialists Eco2Solar. He is a board member of the Solar Trade Association (STA), the UK's leading solar industry voice, and Chairman of the STA’s New Build Working Group which aims to inform...
by Ed Williamson What is SECR? SECR – the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting framework will replace the CRC or the Carbon Reduction Commitment and applies to large UK companies. The start date for SECR will be 1st April 2019 and...
When it comes to a business running smoothly, efficiently and comfortably, energy managers are some of the most important people in the office, yet their efforts often go unnoticed. Phil Gilbert, Director of Customer Solutions at E.ON, shares his...
Businesses and organisations need to be aware of upcoming changes to government energy legislation that will ultimately affect how they manage their energy consumption. Adam Pigott from Kinect Energy Group discusses these changes and his thoughts on...
By Paul Sheffield, Chief Operating Officer, Haven Power Energy cannot be created or destroyed — it can only be transferred from one form to another. This seems to fly in the face of everything...
UK businesses in the hospitality and leisure sector could save at least £310m-a-year on their energy bills by adopting new energy technologies like solar panels and batteries, according to a report published by Centrica.