Boilerhouse managers and operators are constantly battling with rising energy prices. With pressure to remain competitive and reduce these costs, the search to combat energy consumption is top of the wish list. Chris Coleman, Boilerhouse National Specialist at Spirax...
According to the Data for the Public Good report by the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) in December 2017, a digital twin of UK infrastructure is necessary to identify inefficiencies in national energy use. Here, Nick Boughton, sales manager at...
By Matt Hale, International Sales and Marketing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers The use of biomethane as a transport fuel is at once both the most exciting prospect for the further development of biogas in the United Kingdom, and also the...
Those who overlook the opportunity to save energy now are likely to regret it when faced with predicted higher energy bills of the future, warns Rob Leak, Head of Energy Solutions for Inprova Energy. With squeezed budgets and resources across...

Power and Energy Logging

Monitoring power and energy usage in a facility or installation can often identify hidden issues that affect both operational and environmental quality, can pinpoint the reason for higher than desired energy costs, and can reveal the causes of more...
The City of London Corporation has announced it will bring innovative lighting proposals to the Square Mile, including remotely operated lighting that will complement the look of historic buildings, improve energy usage and help tackle light pollution. The first of...
Big price reduction and feed-in-tariff eligibility for world’s first fuel cell heat and power system The Viessmann Vitovalor 300-P fuel cell boiler has been reduced in price from £18,000 to £9,990, largely as a result of Viessmann’s participation in the...
By Chris Pearson at Vickers - the leading industrial heating control brand that forms part of Pilot Group Infrastructure. With energy conservation a hot topic of debate around the globe, the pressure on commercial and industrial premises in the UK...
By Kas Mohammed, BMS Business Manager at Schneider Electric Technology is changing the face of building power management. Facility professionals now find themselves in an entirely new landscape: one that introduces greater efficiency, but also new and problematic obstacles. An...

ErP turns up the heat on NOx

Tighter regulations for NOx emissions from space heating are on their way in 2018 as the next phase of Ecodesign requirements comes into effect under the Energy-related Products Directive. Chris Meir, Sales Director at Remeha, looks at the implications...