The Energy Manger software has helped underpin a wide range of projects and tasks for the University of Reading. For full details read our case study.
Winter is coming. In the words of a certain John Travolta, the chills will be multiplying; but do your energy bills have to? Inevitably the consumption will increase and alongside it the cost. The art is in making sure that these are controlled.
Outsourcing doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Over 60% of our clients in the last 12 months have seen savings recovered that outweigh the cost of their Bureau. Of the 40%, they have still seen significant validation savings made.
It’s fast approaching that awkward time of year that we in Britain refer to as summer. Warm? Sometimes. Rain? Almost certain. Heat? We can only hope
It’s the legislation that refuses to quit (until 2019 at least). CRC submissions are due in by July 31st, meaning that organisations up and down the country are busy collating their energy data to ensure that timescales are met and accuracy is attained. Are you worried that your organisation isn’t as prepared as you would like to be?
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new and improved website. Our goal was to provide an easy way for our visitors to learn about our market leading energy management software and Energy Bureau Service.
The end of winter may be in sight but there are still some cold days and nights to get through yet before Spring leaps in. That means that as Energy Managers, it is still imperative that end users are being effective in controlling their energy usage.
April 1st is fast approaching, which means that water deregulation is becoming an important topic. Non domestic customers in England, for the first time, will be able to choose their water supplier as the retail market opens up.
More than 23,000 solar photovoltaic panels are being laid on a reservoir in Surrey, the biggest floating solar farm in Europe. The aim is to generate 5.8 million kilowatt hours of electricity per year, equivalent to the annual consumption of 1,800 homes.