Edina’s former Joint Managing Director Tony Fenton has been recognised at the Power Industry Awards winning a Lifetime Achievement Award for services in the power generation industry. The award was presented by John Bryant, of the Association of Decentralised Energy, and Mock the Week comedian and host Hal Cruttenden.
Vital Energi have secured the contract to supply, install and commission the energy centre and primary distribution for St William Homes LLP development at Battersea.
A £26.5m scheme which could heat public and commercial buildings across Cardiff using energy generated by burning non-recyclable waste will be discussed at the next meeting of Cardiff Council’s Cabinet.
Power network operator, Electricity North West, is asking businesses in parts of the North West to generate more power, or reduce their energy usage at certain times, as part of a new flexible service.
Scottish Enterprise have awarded Aggreko UK a £1.5 million research and development (R&D) grant for three projects, which will see the company invest £33 million in its Dumbarton facility and create 23 new jobs.
Vital Energi has secured the contract to supply, install and commission the energy centre and primary distribution for St William Homes LLP development at Battersea, continuing its long-standing relationship with developers Berkeley.
Guru Systems has launched its next generation of smart technology as it continues to revolutionise the performance of heat networks across the UK.
One of the UK’s largest heat networks was officially launched on 22 March 2018 by Leeds City Council, Vital Energi and The Co-Operative Academy.
Reactive Technologies has launched a short CHP asset survey for owners across the UK.
Energetik has registered the first of its heat networks with Heat Trust, the independent customer service and protection scheme.