Energy News
September 2016

Poonam Walid, category marketing manager, power monitoring at Schneider Electric, expects further regulations to increase the pressure on those organisations dragging their heels on implementing energy efficiency measures.
Thursday September 29, 2016 |  0 Comments Read More
Five hundred companies have been issued with the UK’s first Energy Labels from SmartestEnergy, specifying the source and carbon content of the clean electricity they buy.
Tuesday September 27, 2016 |  0 Comments Read More
A group of 42 CEOs from some of Europe’s major construction and building materials companies have called on the Commission to do more to improve the energy efficiency of Europe’s building stock.
Monday September 26, 2016 |  0 Comments Read More
Homebuyers across the EU could be offered better borrowing rates on mortgages in return for purchasing more energy efficient homes or committing to implement energy saving work within properties as part of a “ground-breaking” new project.
Friday September 23, 2016 |  0 Comments Read More
Healthcare Estates 2016    
4 October 2016
4-5 October Manchester Central
Clean Energy Live 2016    
4 October 2016
4th-6th October NEC, Birmingham
ESTA Energy Efficiency Summit    
13 October 2016
13th October 2016 Park Plaza, Victoria, London
ENERGY 2016    
20 October 2016
Event: Energy 2016 Date: 18-20 October 2016 Time: 1000- 1700 Venue: NEC, Birmingham
Global eSight Summit    
1 November 2016
1st December Ascot Racecourse, Berkshire
EMEX 2016    
16 November 2016
16-17 November Excel London
17th-18th November QEII Centre, Westminster, London
Heat 2016    
23 November 2016
23rd November Grand Connaught Rooms, London

 

 

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