Businesses are being offered a combination of products that will allow them to meet the additional power demands of new charging points by generating, storing and managing their own power on site. In addition to the provision of new solar and battery storage facilities, customers will be able to integrate their EV chargers with existing energy infrastructure and access local energy management services to ensure they are managing their growing fleet in the smartest, most efficient way.
Delivered by Centrica Business Solutions, the two 35kW combined heat and power units (CHP) will generate almost all of the coastal retreat’s energy needs. Heat that is normally wasted in conventional power generation will help meet other energy needs, such as heating the hotel’s outdoor swimming pool.
Centrica Business Solutions has signed up to the new Flex Assure compliance scheme and code of conduct for Demand Side Response (DSR) providers. This will give assurance to commercial, industrial and public sector customers that want to generate revenue from their power flexibility by participating in DSR markets.
As part of our Display Energy Certificate (DEC) service, we are required to issue a Recommendation Report alongside the DEC if one is not currently in place or the existing one has expired. A Recommendation Report contains great tips that can be a huge benefit to your buildings and therefore your business.
Heat networks are the logical choice for greener high-density housing development – to meet ambitious emissions reduction targets being considered by UK governments.
Kent County Council is on track to significantly reduce its carbon footprint after investing in a major street lighting replacement project.
Delivered by Centrica Business Solutions in partnership with the hospital’s facilities management provider, Vinci Facilities, the project will also reduce the hospital’s annual carbon emissions by more than 3,000 tonnes– the equivalent to taking more than 615 cars off the road.