What you should know about CHPs

Combined Heat and Power Units (CHP) are environmentally friendly, they reduce ongoing energy costs and conserve resources.  Given those facts, it is not surprising...

Ensuring proper ventilation to combat COVID-19

Almost never do we publish articles unless they are directly related to energy management, but the topic is so important that we’ve made an...

How to make your commercial buildings more energy efficient

A study by the Green Alliance found that businesses are responsible for a quarter of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions. While some of these...

Heat network efficiency – what gets measured gets managed

Sepideh Kiarsi, Energy Consultant, Insite Energy. The potential of heat networks to reduce carbon emissions is strong on paper. In fact, if the UK is to meet...

Stepping up to net zero before it’s too late

As pressure mounts on UK businesses to be working towards the Government’s net zero target, now is the time for them to address how...

Gas Boilers Vs. Ground Source Heat Pumps

Around 85% of UK homes use gas-fired central heating.¹ To reduce carbon emissions, combat air pollution and help stop climate change, there must be...

Ecotricity is working with the Isle of Wight Council to help move the Island...

Transport, waste and recycling, urban regeneration – the list of local council responsibilities that have an impact on the environment and climate change is...

What is the open water market and what does it mean for your business?

Under the Open Water Market, all eligible businesses within England and Scotland - as well as third sector charities and the public sector -...

Who are the water industry regulators and what do they do?

OFWAT – The Economic Water Regulator – What is OFWATS’ Job? In their own words “To make sure that your water company provides you with...

Evolve your fleet.

Transport electrification is a hot topic. The 2030 ban on new fossil fuel and hybrid vehicles is just a couple of replacement cycles away,...