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The Role of Tech in Tackling Spiralling Business Costs and Climate Change

Jamie Cameron, Director of Digital Solutions at Johnson Controls, explains why organisations are increasingly relying on technology to deliver operational energy savings whilst tackling climate change. Against a backdrop of myriad problems, from spiralling energy costs to inflation rates higher than seen for 30 years, the topic of energy efficiency has come back into sharp…

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Making 2022 More Sustainable

Carl Ennis, CEO of Siemens UK, explains how measures introduced globally by the manufacturer can serve as a template for making buildings greener. Decarbonisation is a journey and, like all journeys, starts with an initial step followed by many more. Siemens has reduced its carbon footprint from manufacturing operations by more than 50 per cent over…

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San Diego Awards Contracts for New Fire Station

14.10.2021, 12:04 San Diego Awards Contracts for New Fire Station The City of San Diego has awarded the architectural contract for the new Torrey Pines Fire Station to The Miller Hull Partnership, and announced Level 10 Construction as general contractor for the civic facility. The fire station is located on the border between the UC San…

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Essex Schools Solar Panel Installations

05.07.2021, 14:18 Essex Schools Solar Panel Installations Mitie has supported Essex County Council with the installation of roof mounted solar panels at fifteen schools across the county. The panels will generate 700,000 kWh of energy which is equivalent to powering 185 homes a year or saving 180 tonnes of CO2 and around £115,000 annually, and…

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Supporting Climate Action on World Environment Day

05.06.2020, 11:19 Supporting Climate Action on World Environment Day Derwent fm is one of the first FM providers in the UK to join The Climate Group’s EP100 energy management pathway, committing it to improving its energy productivity by 40 per cent. The Climate Group’s mission is to inspire and convince leaders in government, business and…

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Saving Residential Council Heating Bills

Croydon Council is piloting a low-carbon ground source heat pump system from Kensa Contracting in one of its residential blocks under an initiative to reduce heating bills for tenants and lower carbon emissions. The ground source heat pumps at the council-owned 10-storey block in New Addington will cut carbon emissions, help improve air quality, and…

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