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Transport in Nottingham is green for go!

Nottingham is on a journey to become the UK’s greenest transport city. Massive recent investment in environmentally-friendly transport services, including trams, greener buses and cycling, is set to be built on in the coming years. The city’s green journey so far includes: Expanding the benefits of the tram system – emission-free where it runs – to areas south and west…

ZERO awarded £150k funding for innovative heat

Exeter-based, renewable heating company, ZERO, has been awarded £150,000 funding from Innovation 4 Growth (I4G) to continue the development of its pioneering heat network control product. ZERO has been awarded the maximum grant available from I4G, a grant funding scheme run by the University of the West of England, Bristol, and developed using the UK Government’s Regional Growth Fund. I4G…

Business leaders are divided when assessing the impact of any rise in energy costs, with 45% saying they are concerned and 55% that are not.

The findings come from the October Close Brothers Business Barometer, a quarterly survey which gauges sentiment from CEOs, MDs and other management from around the UK and Ireland. As we brace ourselves for each winter, it’s not uncommon to expect an increase in the cost of energy. However some reports have cited falling prices of late and according to latest…

Safety and sustainability are key focus for energy industry awards

The winners of the Energy Institute (EI)’s Awards 2015 were announced last night at a prestigious ceremony in London. The trophies were presented to the worthy recipients by former paralympian, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thomson DBE. Louise Kingham OBE FEI, Chief Executive, Energy Institute, says, ‘The global energy sector faces a number of challenges to deliver a safe, secure, sustainable and affordable…

When Every Bar Counts

Nadine Deery, Channel Marketing Manager, Honeywell In the digital era, we’ve all become accustomed to the convenience our portable technology provides. According to a study by Strategy Analytics, there will be a staggering 33 billion connected devices by 2030, so our dependency on them for our daily lives will only increase. But what happens when our devices fail us –…

Energy Assets Goes the Extra Mile for Pirbright and its People

A major gas infrastructure project designed and delivered by Energy Assets to support the expansion of the internationally renowned Pirbright Institute in Surrey, has won plaudits for its innovative design and execution – and its comprehensive approach to community relations. The project, involving a branch saddle connection to the gas main, the laying of 3100m of medium pressure pipe and…