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Solent University Sports Complex successfully connects to Southampton District Energy Scheme

Solent University’s new sports complex has been successfully connected to Southampton Geothermal Heating Company’s (SGHC) pioneering district energy scheme after signing a...

Demand response specialist Flexitricity has transformed the way Gateshead Council maximises value from its...

Here we discuss how the partnership has given Gateshead the power to maximise revenue, deliver benefits to the local community whilst reducing...

“The road to clean energy”

The government wants the UK to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2050, but is this possible?

How to get savvy about SECR

The countdown is now on for the first reporting deadline for the mandatory Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) scheme, and...

Schools offered free EV chargepoint for clean air campaign

Manufacturer Pod Point has relaunched its Electric Schools campaign for the new academic year, offering selected primary schools a free electric vehicle...

Second phase of Stoke-On-Trent’s heat network is under way

The second phase of Stoke-On-Trent’s heat network began on Thursday, 26th Sept when civic and business leaders, and students from Stoke on...

Efficiency starts with the design

Space and whole life costs are two of the major considerations when selecting commercial condensing boilers. Ryan Kirkwood, Specification Manager for...

Energy Storage: Filling the Generation Gap

By Carl Ennis, Siemens Energy management gets more interesting or challenging, depending on your perspective. From buying electricity from Government...

Accelerating the shift to Electric Vehicles

The acceleration towards sustainable transportation is being led by public bodies and commercial fleets, who are grasping the opportunity to make...

Rinnai user-specific training courses for 2019

Rinnai UK, a registered provider of CPD courses, has implemented a series of training modules which are specifically designed to engage with heating engineers &...