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    STULZ Klimatechnik GmbH  - 16.10.2018, 09:22

    Taking Chiller Technology to the Next Level

    STULZ has announced the availability of its innovative CyberCool WaterTec series of water cooled indoor chillers. Comprising five different models, with a cooling capacity ranging from 350-1400kW, CyberCool WaterTec is designed for use in a wide variety of applications including data centres, manufacturing and production locations, as well as commercial environments.

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    Veolia Environnement SA  - 05.10.2018, 10:41

    Majority of C-suite Executives Yet to Set Carbon Targets

    The latest YouGov research has revealed that 61 per cent of C-suite executives and energy managers in the private sector have not set out a target to reduce their carbon emissions, despite the fact carbon savings nearly always mean financial savings.

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    STULZ Klimatechnik GmbH  - 02.10.2018, 16:24

    STULZ and Cloud&Heat Launch Global Partnership

    STULZ, has announced a new strategic partnership with Cloud&Heat Technologies, a specialist in energy-efficient, scalable and reliable data centers. As part of this new technical and sales alliance, the hot water direct cooling system developed by Dresden-based Cloud&Heat is to be marketed in future as an equipment option for the STULZ MicroDC series.

  • the STULZ CyberHandler 2 air-handling unit for data centres. (photo: )
    STULZ Klimatechnik GmbH  - 28.09.2018, 08:16

    STULZ to Launch Indoor Chiller at Chillventa Germany

    STULZ will be unveiling a new indoor chiller with low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerant at Chillventa 2018. One of the world’s leading trade events for heating, ventilating, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC-R) and heat pump technology, Chillventa takes place between the 16th-18th October at Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, Germany.

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    Mitie Group PLC  - 10.09.2018, 14:27

    Mitie and Arun District Council Partnership Tackles Fuel Poverty

    Arun District Council is working with Mitie to deliver a new innovative fuel-switch programme, ‘Switched On’, to residents across the District. Developed by Mitie’s Property Management business, part of Mitie Engineering, the programme will provide new central gas heating systems for up to 400 homes.

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    CMD Ltd  - 05.09.2018, 11:11

    Absentmindedness Wasting Energy Resources

    The typical office computer is left unattended for at least two hours every working day and needlessly consumes 200 watts (0.2 kilowatts) of electricity during this period.

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    Veolia Environnement SA  - 30.08.2018, 17:47

    Veolia Launches AQUAVISTA Digital Services

    Veolia Water Technologies (Veolia) is pleased to announce the release of AQUAVISTA, which is designed to aid operators and manager of water and wastewater treatment facilities.

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    Lamp Shop Online  - 29.08.2018, 11:53

    What the EU Halogen Lighting Ban Will Mean

    Retailers will no longer be able to order new stocks of halogen light bulbs from 1 September, 2018. But how will this affect availability in shops and what must you do to prepare for the switch to LEDs? .

  • LEDVANCE Damp Proof LEDs have been installed at Ability International warehouse, improving the working environment and reducing energy and maintenance costs. (photo: LEDVANCE)
    LEDVANCE Limited  - 17.07.2018, 18:41

    Lighting Efficiency is Key

    Peterborough-based Ability International has selected LEDVANCE Damp Proof LED luminaires to retrofit its entire warehouse, in a project to improve the working environment and reduce energy and maintenance costs. The UK company specialises in providing working-at-height solutions, custom-built to client’s specifications and requirements. With more than 23 years’ experience of manufacturing aluminium scaffold towers and access equipment, Ability International offer many of its solutions custom-built to client’s specifications and requirements.

  • John Lambe, Business Development Manager, Veolia Ireland and Alan Sharp, Strategic Director of Estates and Facilities, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital and Ireland East Hospital Group. (photo: Veolia Environnement S.A.)
    Veolia Environnement SA  - 11.07.2018, 11:09

    Veolia to Deliver First Carbon Energy Fund Ireland Contract

    Veolia, working through its specialist energy performance team, has been awarded the first Carbon Energy Fund Ireland, CEFI, contract for a hospital in Ireland. The 15 year Energy Infrastructure Project Agreement for Dublin’s Mater Misericordiae University Hospital will reduce the hospital’s carbon footprint by approximately 81,000 tonnes, cut imported electricity from the national grid by 77 per cent, and deliver €26 million in guaranteed energy and operational savings.