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COMPANIES WITH ONSITE GENERATION ASSETS ADVISED TO ‘OFFSET’ THEIR ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION TO MAXIMISE OVERALL...

EnDCo opens its Offset Supply service to new customers with onsite energy generation capacity Companies with onsite generation should look to ‘offset’ any exportable energy...

ABB identifies 30 technical challenges facing users of VSDs in HVAC applications

Two decades of research reveals the most common misconceptions and challenges facing consultants, OEMs, systems houses and facility managers when using variable-speed drives within...

Thames Water Retail Exit Could be Followed by Other Utilities

Comment by Fredrick Royan, Vice President, Global Environment, Water and Waste Management Practice, Frost & Sullivan The UK competitive market for non-household customers opens in...

CHP can save NHS £26.4 million per year

The Securing Healthy Returns report, which analyses the financial value of key sustainability measures in the NHS, states that combined heat and power (CHP)...

BRE takes a cool look at air conditioning in non-domestic buildings

A newly published BRE report sheds important light on electricity usage by air conditioning in UK offices and retail environments. Comprising the findings of...

Renewable energy outperforms coal in new official UK electricity statistics

The Government’s new annual energy statistics show that renewable energy sources are replacing coal as mainstream technologies generating power for British homes, offices and...

District Heating Network Completes at £330m Campus

The University of Northampton is relocating to its new £330m Waterside Campus, located on a 58 acre brownfield site, and Vital Energi have completed...

Quarry Bank Mill Estate

Hanwell technology chosen by The National Trust to protect Britain’s industrial heritage Quarry Bank Mill in Styal, Cheshire is one of the best-preserved textile mills...

BSRIA ASKS: DO SMART METERS STILL MAKE SENSE?

BSRIA has commented on the take up and value for money of smart meters being fitted in UK homes. DECC’s (Department of Energy & Climate...

ESPO helps public sector buyers drive down energy costs with new electricity framework

Public sector buyers can achieve savings on their electricity prices ESPO, the UK’s largest public sector buying organisation, has announced a four-year electricity framework (2016-2020)...