Councils benefit from cost-cutting building energy micro-management
A wind of change is surging through a council as it seeks to exploit the energy efficiency market. Fife Council plans to use wind turbines to generate income and reduce emissions.
Heating turned off during weekends to save businesses 15% off costs
Twenty-seven per cent of small to medium-sized (SME) construction firms want to get involved in the Green Deal according to a recent survey.
Slash bills at shops or offices with gradient control of room temperatures
The latest UK Small Business Index from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) shows smaller companies are exuding a higher level of confidence at the turn of the 2012/13 financ
Companies can go top of the league for minimising heating fuel wastage
A league table is being published intended to be an incentive for firms to see how they fare on improving in-house energy efficiency.
Energy Monitor helps a company save on costs and emissions
A retail powerhouse revealed it has beaten its emissions goal one year early (more details can be read by clicking on this link).
Energy saving system can cut corporate bills by one-quarter or more
Yesterday (Tuesday, March 5) morning the energy and climate change secretary said that these are exciting times for exporting the market in energy efficiency.
Title-winning energy slashing performance in the workplace using IT based system
They may be running away with the English Premiership, but Manchester United FC has slumped down energy wastage league table towards the relegation spots.
Lincolnshire vows a 22% cut in carbon emissions by 2018
Following an already successful plan of reducing its carbon footprint, UK’s Lincolnshire county council has set itself a very ambitious target, namely that of cutting energy spending and carbon emissions by 22% over the next five years.
Get ready for the nearly zero energy building (nZEB) building standard with HeatingSave
Right now, the near-zero energy building (nZEB) is one of the EU’s most ambitious projects in terms of reducing any building’s carbon footprint and optimizing its energy efficiency levels, but come 2020, it will become a standard all new buildings will have to adhere to.