News Editor - 30.09.2021, 10:48
Siemens and Tata Power Delhi Distribution (Tata Power-DDL) have announced the successful deployment of over 200,000 smart meters in the north of the Indian capital.
News Editor - 07.09.2021, 20:35
Aircuity CEO Dan Diehl will explain how exhaust fan control maximizes energy savings and reduces carbon footprints in lab facilities at this month's International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories Annual Conference in Atlanta.
News Editor - 07.09.2021, 17:01
MeteoViva Climate has been recognised as a service by the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB) "Buildings in Operation" certification programme.
Ellen Huelin - 02.09.2021, 16:31
Ellen Huelin, Associate Director at Whitecode Design Associates, explains why whole lifecycle environmental costing is essential for reducing the contribution of buildings to climate change.
News Editor - 31.08.2021, 00:17
The government of the Democratic Republic of Congo has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Eurasian Resources Group to mobilise US $300 million of investment in new battery storage and photovoltaic capabilities.
Jonathan Rhodes , Rob Burke - 13.08.2021, 13:33
Jonathan Rhodes, head of commercial valuations and Rob Burke, director of building consultancy at Cluttons, caution commercial property owners and lenders following the closure of the UK government's consultation on Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES).
News Editor - 27.07.2021, 13:18
Aircuity is announcing its support for the recently launched WELL Performance Rating standard for healthy indoor environments developed by the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI).
News Editor - 23.07.2021, 10:16
SPIE UK is helping a Scottish Premier League club reduce carbon emissions by over 34,000 kilos as part of a major ground renovation programme.
Valpy Fitzgerald - 16.07.2021, 13:42
Valpy Fitzgerald explains why hidden charges are derailing promises of higher purchase prices for businesses supplying energy into the UK's National Grid under power purchase agreements (PPAs).
News Editor - 08.07.2021, 13:39
A collaboration between Siemens and Oracle will help energy suppliers manage market wide "Half Hourly Settlement" (HHS) data processing requirements under settlement reforms being introduced by UK energy regulator, Ofgem.