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Veolia CHP delivers total fitness

Leading resource management company, Veolia, is now helping Total Fitness achieve a 32% reduction in gas consumption using combined heat and power, CHP, across 17 health and fitness facilities in the north of England and Wales. The new 15 year contract will install the latest technology to achieve a 22% increase in electrical efficiency compared to the existing CHP units, lower energy costs and further reduce CO2 emissions from the 134,000m2  of building space.

Veolia CHP delivers total fitness

Leading resource management company, Veolia, is now helping Total Fitness achieve a 32% reduction in gas consumption using combined heat and power, CHP, across 17 health and fitness facilities in the north of England and Wales. The new 15 year contract will install the latest technology to achieve a 22% increase in electrical efficiency compared to the existing CHP units, lower energy costs and further reduce CO2 emissions from the 134,000m2  of building space.

All new homes in Wales to be heated and powered by clean energy from 2025

The consultation proposals unveiled by Housing Minister, Julie James, are part of wider Welsh Government plans to address the climate emergency it declared last year.

Decarbonising Heating and Cooling for Net Zero - Survey of Needs

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) are seeking input to understand how research, including training and demonstration activities can best inform and accelerate the transition to net zero heating and cooling for the UK. A diverse group of key people from a range of disciplines and organisations have been consulted throughout 2019 but we are keen that there is input into this important area from a very wide range of relevant stakeholders.  This input will help to shape potential future investments that UKRI makes in decarbonising heating and cooling.  Therefore, they would appreciate you taking the time to complete the following short survey. 

Moixa and Honda launch first stage of electric vehicle charging partnership at Islington Town Hall

Moixa, the developer of smart battery and electric vehicle (EV) charging software, and Honda unveiled on 16 January a smart EV charging project with Islington Council to optimise its vehicle fleet at the Town Hall. The project will reduce harmful air pollution, save money for essential services and help Islington achieve its 2030 net-zero carbon emissions target.

ADE kicks off 2020 with the first of many policy forums

The beginning of January brought with it our first policy forums of the year.

UK Green Building Council publish performance targets for offices

On Wednesday 15 January, the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) released new energy performance targets for commercial businesses intending to reach net zero carbon in operation. 

Fully funded visits for clean energy technology companies to Africa and South East Asia

Innovate UK’s Energy Catalyst programme aims to support businesses to develop innovative, sustainable energy technologies and business models to accelerate clean energy transition in developing and emerging economies. A key focus is to address the clean energy access challenge in Sub-Saharan Africa and South/South East Asia. Energy Catalyst Round 8 will launch in June 2020.

SSE and Go-Ahead London help 330 buses turn from red to green via innovative EV infrastructure

SSE Enterprise is helping thousands of London commuters travel by electric bus after installing hundreds of charging points across the capital.

EDF’s Imtech acquires Breathe, an Energy Performance Contractor in the Public Sector

Imtech, a leading UK technical services engineering Group, is announcing the acquisition of Breathe, a reputable provider of Energy Performance Contracts. This acquisition will support EDF’s commitment to helping more UK organisations achieve a sustainable low carbon future. It will also increase the capacity of Imtech to deliver value-added Energy Performance Contracts.

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