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80% of businesses believe a quarter of energy needs will be generated onsite by 2025

In a study of over 1,000 global businesses, Centrica Business Solutions has been working to identify the key drivers and barriers to adopting new energy approaches including battery storage, on-site generation and demand response.

Packaged Plant Solutions launches HIU utility cupboard range

Packaged Plant Solutions (PPS), the prefabricated plant specialist, has launched its range of Heat Interface Unit (HIU) utility cupboards, efficiently providing hot water and heating on demand for large residential multi-occupancy properties.

Limejump enters the UK Balancing Market

Smaller generators, Demand Response Sites and Battery Storage can now access the National Grid Balancing Mechanism market. 

ENA launches Future Worlds Consultation

The Electricity Network Association (ENA) has published a call for evidence consultation on the future distribution system operator. 

Europe’s largest regeneration scheme heats-up

One of the largest brownfield regeneration projects in Europe, Barking Riverside London, has seen the delivery of its temporary energy centre designed and installed by Vital Energi.

Welsh Government announces £3.5m EU-backed low carbon energy storage initiative

The Smart Energy Storage Solutions Hub (SESS) scheme, led by the University of South Wales (USW), will work with businesses to drive innovation and develop new products, technologies and processes for the commercial market.

Green Skills for Vocational Education project aims to improve heat network learning curriculums

The project aims to collate information about the skills of the current heat network workforce to support the devevelopment of these curriculums and market growth. 

Bristol City Council publishes Heat Network Connection Pack

The pack is designed to showcase the benefits of the Council's heat network, as well as helping developers to understand some of the technical and infrastructure requirements for connecting.

Veolia boosts energy sustainability for one of Britain’s largest food manufacturers

Veolia, the global resource management company, is boosting the sustainability of one of the UK's larged food manufacturers, Cranswick Foods, by delivering energy to their production lines using Combined Heat and Power, CHP, technology. Cranswick Foods will now be able to guarantee the energy needs of the production facilities at the Milton Keynes site and reduce carbon emissions by 1890 tonnes per annum.

Manchester research reveals the benefits of energy efficiency investment

Several projects at The University of Manchester’s Urban Institute are showing how improvements in the efficiency of household energy use can result in benefits for human health and well-being, economic productivity, environmental quality and urban development.

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