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Naylor Drainage launches MetroDuct Class 1 to meet changing demand of energy sector

Naylor Drainage has introduced MetroDuct Class 1, a new twin wall polypropylene below ground cable duct that meets the changing demands of the energy...

Switchee launches a new app to give social housing residents greater control 

Easier access to control will mean less wasted energy Leading data and insightscompany Switchee has launched a new ‘Switchee Resident’ mobile app, to give residents...

Let’s think differently about our buildings

Technology has developed rapidly and the way we use and operate buildings is constantly evolving. Building Management Systems (BMS) are becoming increasingly sophisticated, and...

Environmental Regulations for replacing Combustion Plants: Insights from Dr Sophie Archer, NFU Energy’s Environmental Compliance Consultant

In the ever-evolving landscape of renewable energy and environmental compliance, it is imperative for businesses operating Combined Heat & Power (CHP) engines to stay...

Finning helps Briar Chemicals self-generate nearly 80% of site power demands with hydrogen-ready, combined heat and power (CHP) unit

Contract chemical manufacturer Briar Chemicals was looking for a more efficient way to source energy for its facility in Norwich. Turning to Inspec Systems...

The time is now for cooling conversation

Did you know that in September, the first-ever World Health Organization 'Indoor Air Conference' was held? This event closely followed the UK Government's initiation...

Why a smart EV charging revolution is needed to alleviate pressures on the grid

William Goldsmith, Global Head of Grid Services at  ev.energy There has been a rapid rise in the uptake of electric vehicles in recent years and,...

Battery and solar is a winning combination for education centre

Adding battery power to a building’s solar array is helping a higher education centre to cut carbon emissions and costs. The University and Professional Development...

What is the real risk of fire from solar panels?

With recent reports of a domestic solar panel exploding on a roof at a West London council house, is there a hidden danger lurking?...

VEXO S-BMS Reduces Heating Energy Consumption by 36% in Residential Care Homes

Introduction Discover how VEXO's Smart Building Management System (S-BMS) successfully tackled the challenge of high energy consumption in residential care homes. By implementing remote monitoring...