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UK manufacturer, DANLERS Limited, has partnered with Wirepas, a leading provider of mesh networking technology, to enable DANLERS lighting controls with mesh based wireless connectivity. This expands the range of Wirepas enabled devices available to the growing number of lighting control system vendors and OEMs using Wirepas Mesh in their products and solutions.
Tom Anderton has been appointed to lead our product and services strategy which includes creating and implementing products and services, evaluating target markets and securing long-term, profitable growth and revenue
New industry expert joins our sales team picking up the Midlands region. Dean Noden has been involved with the Energy Industry for 20 years and in the last 10 years has worked specifically in the Energy Management Sector
What will this mean to participants of CRC reporting? How will the Climate Change Levy (CCL) impact on your organisation’s finances and energy saving projects?
New body will work with Government to build a thriving, sustainable, affordable heat network sector
Switch2 Energy has joined forces with twelve other leading business from the community and district heating sector to form the new Heat Network Industry Council.
The new Council, which was established and is led by the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE), aims to support Government in developing a sustainable heat network sector.
In this changing energy landscape, TEAM Energy has launched a weekly review of the wholesale energy market
Can you believe that DECs are 10 years old? We’ve been issuing DECS since the very beginning and have put together 10 interesting facts.
Community and district heating provider Switch2 Energy has partnered with its sister company Ylem EPC, a specialist energy contractor, to launch a new full-service heat network ESCo.
Switch2 EPC ESCo Services will provide a complete end-to-end service for the life of the district heating scheme. This includes feasibility, design and construction, commissioning, financing, long-term operation and maintenance, together with billing and customer services.
From April 2019 the rules on energy and carbon reporting are changing. What does this mean for you and your organisation?