Sep 21, 2017 Last Updated 11:00 PM, Sep 10, 2017
In April, the UK took a big step towards enjoying a more renewable future when the power system had its first coal-free day since the Industrial Revolution. It was a bright, windy day – so solar and wind power, combined with gas, nuclear, imports and…
The energy services industry has come on leaps and bounds in recent years, with a host of advanced low-carbon technologies and energy storage solutions now vying for the attention of public sector decision-makers. Ivo Arnús, Business Development Director at Norvento UK, demystifies this fast-paced market…
Between August 1998 and February 1999 three Scalebuster® units were installed at the James Hornby School in Basildon, Essex. The Scalebusters® were specified to protect the calorifiers in the school heating system by inhibiting the build-up of harmful limescale and so preventing the need for…
Evinox Energy recently worked with Higgins Construction & Circle Housing on a development in the creative heart of Walthamstow. Banbury Park is mixed-use scheme comprising of private and shared ownership homes, with landscaped community spaces, shops, offices, a community centre and public square that will…
Commercial solar PV developer EvoEnergy has completed one of the UK’s largest solar carports at a leisure centre owned by Nottingham City Council.
Evinox Energy have launched a Heat Network Design Guide and CPD Seminar for Communal & District heating systems.
Crispin Matson, Country Manager at Ramboll Energy UK discusses how local councils are reclaiming power supply.
When the Co-Op decided to replace the heating and air conditioning system at their Stockbridge store, near Sheffield, one of the largest in the area, the key objectives were to achieve significant reductions in both energy and maintenance costs while being able to monitor energy…
The listed 19th Century former Schoolhouse overlooking the Dublin mountains was renovated and extended to create a new energy efficient residential family home.
Natural energy supplier, Euroheat is helping the UK’s leading agricultural and sports college save an impressive 400,000kg of carbon per year by making the switch to biomass technology in a bid to reduce its annual £800,000 energy bill, while receiving Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments…
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