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Sponsored Case Study: University of East Anglia helps build a smarter energy future

23 May 2017, 09:00 • By Open Energi
Case Study: University of East Anglia helps build a smarter energy future

For over 40 years the University of East Anglia (UEA) has been at the forefront of climate change research. As might be expected from a university with a top-rated School of Environmental Science, UEA is committed to addressing sustainability on its own estate and has done this using low-energy building design, good energy management, incorporating renewable energy sources, and raising awareness.

How Manchester City plans to power its campus sustainably

How Manchester City plans to power its campus sustainably

12 May 2017, 10:54

The management team behind Manchester City Football Club’s campus will focus on new energy solutions over the remaining development of the 600 acre Etihad campus according to the club’s director of estate development.

Whitbread meets 100% renewable energy target

Whitbread meets 100% renewable energy target

10 May 2017, 10:41

Whitbread, the hospitality company behind UK brands such as Costa Coffee and Premier Inn, has achieved its aim of deriving 100% of its electricity demand from renewable sources.

Octopus offers transparency with wholesale price tariff

Octopus offers transparency with wholesale price tariff

10 May 2017, 09:23

Octopus Energy has launched what it calls the UK’s first ‘transparent’ tariff which provides customers with a daily update of wholesale gas and electricity prices, adjusting the price they pay accordingly.