West Mercia Energy and Birmingham City Council; One year on …

In 2018, Birmingham City Council (BCC) appointed West Mercia Energy (WME) as their new gas and electricity framework provider. They opted for...

Rinnai announces social distancing aids & app for installers on site, free audits on hot water needs, spares kits, Legionella procedures and continues full...

Rinnai gears up with social distancing innovation and continues full support services to all essential works - NHS facilities, care homes, schools,...

BCIA releases new Technical Guide: The Impact of Controls on the Energy Efficiency of Buildings

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has released a new Technical Guide to add to its portfolio of online Guides available to...

Ventilation to play a critical role in re-opening of UK businesses

A leading ventilation specialist has urged businesses to consider the role that ventilation can play in maximising the health and safety of...

Sollatek Lighting: 10 years of LED Street Light design leads to major expansion

Ralph Scrivens, EM Magazine Editor - I have known of iVolt and their great work for some time having seen them break into the Voltage Optimisation...

The implications of Brexit on UK energy and environmental policy and what it means for you as a Facility Manager

On June 23, 2016, the UK voted to leave the EU. The two years' notice period required by the Treaty of Lisbon, for the...

Life after DECC

Managing Director of NAPIT Certification David Cowburn discusses how the recent restructure of the Department of Energy & Climate (DECC) could affect the energy...

District heating points way forward for energy prepayment revolution

Ofgem, which has called energy prepayment the option of 'last resort', has announced a price cap for customers until the roll-out of smart meters...

Nearly three quarters of local authorities are not monitoring computer energy consumption, new research finds

Findings cast doubt over effectiveness of green strategies in local government Only seven local authorities in London are able to accurately calculate the power consumption...

Businesses with supplies that exceed available capacities will be charged default rates from 2018

Ofgem is introducing a new measure to ensure that half hourly supplies that exceed the assigned available capacity will pay significantly more. DCP 161...

Governments of all stripes have failed on energy, say business leaders

Successive governments since the beginning of the century have failed to deliver secure and competitively-priced energy, a damning new survey of business leaders reveals...

Multi-million pound Intelligent Energy System Demonstrator project underway at University of Chester’s Thornton Science Park

Willmott Dixon appointed to refurbish building set to house Energy Demonstrator Demonstrator will support and enable energy research, innovation and technology development Project...

Boundary Way transformed with DECC-funded external wall insulation

Sandra Hayes, Senior Project Manager at the National Energy Foundation looks at the DECC-funded Green Deal Communities project in Watford that the Foundation managed...

Carlo Gavazzi presents a full Energy Management and Building Automation solution at 2016 Energy Event

Energy management specialist, Carlo Gavazzi will be returning to this year’s Energy Event at the NEC, Birmingham on 13th – 14th September - the...

Energy Saving Trust verifies QRL product performance in radiator first

The QRL Radiator Group has become the first radiator manufacturer to be granted ‘verified’ status for its T22 Compact radiator by the Energy Saving...

HIGH INTENSITY LEDs TRANSFORM THE TEST LAMP

Now available from Martindale Electric – leaders in electrical safety – is the latest generation of Drummond test lamps using high intensity LEDs for...

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First of its Kind Energy Advice Contract Goes Live in Scotland

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