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Ventive C900 – The Inventive Solution to Natural Ventilation

There’s a growing realisation in the construction industry that complex mechanical ventilation systems are a recipe for disaster for schools. As part of a...

Hydrodynamic Steam Traps

Nearly everything we consume requires steam in the production, food, soft drinks, beer, tyres, cosmetics, cleaning products, paper, toothpaste, pharmaceuticals. In addition steam is...

Feilo Sylvania optimises NEN Headquarters with smart lighting portal

NEN, the Dutch Standards Institute has selected an innovative lighting control solution for its Headquarters in Delft, Netherlands featuring Organic Response-enabled LED luminaires from...

Venture Lighting unveils new products in latest catalogue

Venture Lighting Europe has released its latest HID & LED lighting solutions catalogue which introduces nine new high performance, low energy products. The 125 page...

Halogen ban shines light on energy bills

The introduction of the halogen light ban this month (September 2016) under EU plans to crack down on inefficient light fittings will force businesses...

Water quality in communal heating systems

With a wealth of experience supplying heat interface units to communal and district heating systems, Giacomini UK is able to offer dedicated technical assistance...

What’s in a name?

I’ve been called a lot of things in my life so far – and some of them have been polite. On the sportsfield as...

The Heat and Network Regulations: What you need to know

It is a well-known fact that the property sector is being heavily regulated on energy efficiency measures, such as ESOS, EPCs and P272 among...

Fuelling the Future

Managing Director of NAPIT Certification, David Cowburn, discusses the recent consultation on the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) and how this could affect those living...

Is going off-grid really better for the environment?

This glimpse of the future was crafted by: Victor Young If rising global temperatures worry you, you’re not alone. Frustrated that fossil fuels still account...