Limited sustainability investment activity is putting decarbonisation in the commercial sector out of step with global progress and, more importantly, national targets for emissions reduction according to a new report.
Electrical manufacturer Legrand has strengthened its lighting control business by acquiring the London-based CP Electronics.
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Glass manufacturing giant NSG found a number of ways to help alleviate the “not insignificant” costs it was faced with in order for its UK manufacturing plants to comply with the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).
Industrial manufacturers and other high energy users could see their annual energy bills increase by millions as a result of a government-ordered review which could block companies from avoiding national transmission charges through onsite generation.
Utility firm Eneco UK has ramped up its renewables supply business by forming a strategic partnership with local supply firm Co-operative Energy.
The UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) has recommended that the energy metric kWh per m2 be adopted across the building industry to provide a common unit of aspiration in the move to close the gap between design and building performance.
A new research project is underway to develop a platform for saving energy and increasing product reliability in commercial buildings, following the procurement of funds from the European Commission.
The London Borough of Hounslow has unveiled what it claims to be the largest PV array by a local authority, and the first to incorporate a battery storage solution.
Cement works Hanson UK has used its ISO50001 certification, achieved in September last year, to take its energy efficiency improvements beyond merely complying with ESOS regulations.
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Businesses must move faster than government policy on energy efficiency if they are to meet specific targets, but they are more than readily equipped to do so, the Aldersgate Group’s David Symons has said.
Global energy firm Centrica has purchased business energy management, combined heat & power and district heating firm ENER-G Cogen for £145 million.
Starbucks has announced its intention to raise up to US$500 million (£348m) through a senior note offer to pursue global sustainability projects.
Finnish telecommunications giant Nokia derived the majority of its electricity consumption from renewable sources last year as it continued to work towards ambitious efficiency targets.
Liam Stoker examines what Nissan's groundbreaking vehicle-to-grid trial could mean for fleet management, and what the future might hold for electric vehicles.
Mars’ UK operations will be fully powered by renewable electricity after the company signed a supply deal with energy company Eneco UK.
Property consultancy Tuffin Ferraby Taylor (TFT) has warned that commercial landlords in Scotland appear unprepared for new energy efficiency regulations, due to come into force in a few months time.