07 March 2017, London – The latest UK Energy Efficiency Trends report, published today by EEVS Insight and Bloomberg New Energy Finance, shows a continued recovery in the number of energy efficiency projects commissioned in Q4 2016.
The current ‘opt out’ of regulations requiring district heating suppliers to fit final customer meters to unmetered properties is bad news for residents, who could be missing out on cost savings of 35 to 50%, says community heating specialist Switch2 Energy.
Traditional energy suppliers have a lot to learn from the district heating sector about popularising prepayment by putting it on an equal footing with other types of tariff, says Switch2 Energy.
Community and district heating suppliers in the UK often struggle to manage the twin challenges of recovering investment and operational costs while ensuring low and fair pricing for residential heat customers.
How local authorities and housing associations can achieve financial viability for district heating schemes, while ensuring fair pricing for residents, will be addressed at a free breakfast seminar in central London on Wednesday 25 January.
eSight Energy calls for votes to become the ‘National Public Champion’ for United Kingdom in this year’s European Business Awards sponsored by RSM, Europe’s largest business competition.
District heating specialist Switch2 Energy has been awarded the ISO 14001:2015 environmental and OHSAS 18001: 2007 health and safety accreditations.
More organisations are appreciating that behaviour change can be one of the quickest and lowest-cost ways of delivering energy savings and environmental performance improvement at scale.
We know people don’t often like change. What we have discovered is that this depends on whether change is being done to people or whether they are leading up change themselves.
There are two key questions that organisations have to ask about their lighting. The first is: Do you know how good your existing lighting performance is? And the second is: How much more potential do you have to improve it?