Energy News
January 2019

The Gyle at Edinburgh Park Premier Inn has become the UK’s first battery-powered hotel in a bid to improve energy efficiency, secure power supply and enable energy cost savings on-site.
Wednesday January 16, 2019 |  0 Comments Read More
The South West is set to establish a number of energy projects after several councils secured almost £2m of new European funding.
Wednesday January 16, 2019 |  0 Comments Read More
UniSea, a leading provider of software tools for operational support and HSEQ to the offshore oil & gas industry, has agreed to take part ownership of energy efficiency specialist Yxney.
Tuesday January 15, 2019 |  0 Comments Read More
A Dutch method of updating old homes by drastically upgrading their green credentials has halved tenants' energy bills after being pioneered in the UK for the first time.
Monday January 14, 2019 |  0 Comments Read More



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