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Energy efficient, Internet-connected, low-carbon homes to become the standard on the future, research suggests

Energy efficient, low-carbon homes will become the standard within the next couple of decades, as the advent of Internet-connected devices and monitoring solutions forever changes the way energy is spent within households, a recent research report has been able to suggest. The installation of smart meters is a starting point for increasingly connected homes. Increased […]

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Building management systems can help to further reduce energy consumption in warehouses

Building management systems (BMS) can help further drive down energy consumption in warehouses, industry experts argue. This is becoming increasingly important as warehousing is a growing industry, where automatization and smart optimization are becoming the norm. The most modern, smart warehouses have numerous automated systems working together to accomplish common goals and needs. They are […]

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New zero-carbon home retrofit pilot project launched in Essex

A new pilot project for retrofitting energy efficiency measures and achieve zero-carbon status for existing homes has been launched in Essex by Moat Homes Limited and ENGIE. The pilot scheme in the town of Maldon is based on the Energiesprong model and is supported by EU funding. Moat Homes Limited has appointed ENGIE to provide […]

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Multiple smart energy demonstrator projects launched across the UK

Four projects aimed at demonstrating that smart energy systems represent a viable option that can be successfully launched across the UK have officially announced by Energy and Clean Growth Minister Claire Perry, a recent news report has been able to suggest. The £102.5 million Prospering from the Energy Revolution Challenge aims to provide cleaner, cheaper […]

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Up to 13.8 million energy meters now deployed across the UK

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy recorded an 8% rise in deployment during the fourth quarter of 2018, with around 13.8 million smart and advanced meters now being in operation across UK homes and businesses, a recent news report has been able to suggest. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) […]

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