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‘End-to-end’ finance is helping charge the electric bus revolution

London and Manchester are leading the way in electric bus roll-out, with large fleets due to be operational in both cities...

Stafford Launderette awash in cost savings

Rinnai has just completed the installation of two HDC1500i continuous flow hot water heating units at a busy laundrette serving businesses and...

Gravitational Energy Storage Using Soil Batteries (GravitySoilBatteries)

Academics have patented new concepts on electric power energy storage using gravity. The concept of gravity energy storage...

Switch the smart way

By Mark Eccles, general manager at Gazprom Energy With Ofgem’s Faster Switching Programme well underway, improving the process...

Carbon Trust and Salix Finance Partner to Relaunch Public Sector Network to Serve Public...

The Carbon Trust and Salix Finance are working in partnership to relaunch the Public Sector Network to support information circulation and facilitate...

The Internet of Things for Digitalized Buildings

The eyes and ears of a building—these are electronic sensors that already enable classic building automation systems (BMS) to control lighting, shading...

The changing economics of energy supply is squeezing profit margins

Dominic Fava, Head of Marketing & Propositions, Origami. Historically, the cost of feedstock – oil, coal or gas...

How Digital Engineering Can Improve Building Operation

Darragh Gleeson, Senior Project Consultant, IES The construction industry is not renowned for being open to change. However, Digital Engineering concepts...

Research uncovers the North West’s emerging Community Energy Landscape

The region’s power network operator launches benchmark state-of-the-region report into community energy across the region Electricity North West, the...

Hilclare’s bespoke lighting solutions maximise energy savings

As companies look to improve the efficiency of their lighting by upgrading to energy saving LEDs, many are turning to Hilclare -...