UK building refurbishment and fit-out projects to become more effective courtesy of the BRE
Energy management and efficiency, as well as long-term sustainability across UK building refurbishment and fit-out projects are likely to receive a much-needed support from the BRE via it latest assessment tool, the BREEAM Refurbishment and Fit-Out 2014.
Business energy bills were higher in 2014, research suggests
Businesses paid more for their energy in 2014 largely due to changes in energy and climate change policies, the Government admitted during its Annual Energy Statement, a recent news report on the matter was able to reveal.
Energy efficiency improvements on the table for Scottish distillery, courtesy of the GIB
A Scottish distillery will implement extensive energy efficiency improvements with the help of UK Green Investment Bank (GIB), as part of a project to reduce its overall operational costs, a news
SMEs do not receive enough support towards cutting energy bills, research reveals
Close to 40 percent of British SMEs have never received any sort of help or advice on how to tackle their rising energy bills and reduce emissions, recent research on the matter was able to reveal.
Energy management systems will play vital role in securing tough 40% emissions cut across the EU
Energy management systems will likely play a vital role in helping European states reach the very ambitious target of cutting greenhouse gases by at least 40% by 2030, a very recent news report on the matters was able to reveal.
Efficient energy monitoring systems – the only way to dampen the shock of ESOS
Efficient energy monitoring systems are the only solutions capable of dampening the shock set to hit a number of large companies covered by the Government’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).
Energy efficiency measures to help NHS Trusts cut bills
Energy management systems and other energy saving measures will help NHS Trusts cut back on energy spending, and the UK’s Green Investment Bank (GIB) seems to be quite keen on supporting multiple projects in this segment.
Energy monitoring systems are the key for properly understanding energy expenditure
Energy monitoring systems providing consumption readings that are very clear and easy to understand are the best solution for customers complaining about the energy bills’ lack of clarity.
European Energy Management Systems market to reach $2.01 billion in 2018
The European Heating Energy Management Systems and Building Energy Management Systems’ Market have reached revenues of $1.14 billion in 2013 and could reach $2.01 billion in 2018, fresh analysis from Frost & Sullivan was able to rev