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Event: Managing Energy to Your Advantage - 30th August 2013 Since October 2008, all properties on the market for sale or rent in England and Wales have required by law an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) to indicate how green a building is.  This is just one indication of the efficiency of the building and a second Environment Impact rating that measures the property’s CO2 emissions. So what’s going to change in 2018?  Until now, there ... Continue reading
Investing in the Future - 15th August 2013 As the green shoots of recovery become increasingly evident in the wake of the most recent economic downturn, many cash rich companies will be considering their investment options going forward. An analysis of Office of National Statistics (ONS) data for the final quarter of last year shows that corporations (other than banks) are sitting on a whopping £318 billion as UK PLCs stockpiled... Continue reading
Celebrating Success - 2nd April 2013 As Fat Boy Slim once commented, “we’ve come a long, long way together through the good times and the bad,” and having recently been recognised at the Sentinel Business Awards now is a ‘good time’ and so we thought we would share some details of our success! The Sentinel Business Awards, launched 17 years ago, aims to recognise achievement, innovation and success across all indu... Continue reading
Are we about to face a bit of stick from the government? - 19th October 2012 Who would have believed in the 21st Century the UK is faced with power shortages and blackouts? Well that’s what we have ahead of us if you are to believe a recent report from energy regulator Ofgem.  Earlier this month it announced that Britain runs the serious risk of running out of energy generating capacity in the winter of 2015-16, leading to power shortages throughout the UK. ... Continue reading
The Green Deal - 18th October 2012 The Green Deal is a new government scheme, which is going to replace the existing Carbon Emissions Reduction Target and the Community Energy Saving Programme. At the core of the Green Deal plan is an innovative financial market mechanism which allows both consumers and business to implement energy efficiency improvements at no upfront costs. Instead, the capital will be provided by the busin... Continue reading