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The complete energy management consultancy
Monitoring, controlling and conserving energy and water use whilst keeping up to date with environmental compliance can be a time-consuming and often complicated task for any business. As an independent professional body, we take care of that process for a small fraction of the overall energy and water spend, enabling our clients to focus on what they do best.
Business Energy Consultants
Our highly-experienced team of engineers negotiate with suppliers to secure the most favourable energy and water contracts, in terms of price, length and the terms and conditions. In addition to our energy procurement skills, we provide a multitude of other services such as invoice validation, risk and budget management, change of tenancy, capacity allowance and smart meter management, legislation and compliance and technical advice.
In essence, our knowledge is your power.
Case Study: Restore Document Management
Restore Document Management are the largest UK-owned records management company, servicing 4,000 small, medium and blue-chip-sized companies from over 100 storage, scanning and shredding facilities the length and breadth of the UK.
Latest Energy Updates
Cemex Targets Net-Zero Concrete By 2050
February 24th, 2020
Multinational cement and building materials giant Cemex have pledged to reach net-zero across its operations and products by 2050, as part of a new climate action strategy. The climate action strategy, published late on Wednesday (19 February), binds Cemex to reducing its total carbon footprint across all scopes by 33% by 2030, against a 1990 baseline. The updated 2030 target is a milestone to support Cemex’s new 2050 target to reach net-zero operations and produce only net-zero concrete.
Heathrow Commits To Becoming Zero-Carbon Airport Mid-2030s
February 21st, 2020
Heathrow Airport has announced its intention to become a zero-carbon airport for its buildings and infrastructure by 93% compared to 1990. Heathrow Airport has set the zero-carbon intention after nothing that is has spent more than £100m to improve energy efficiency and to purchase renewable energy – a move that has reduced emissions from airport buildings and infrastructure by 93% over the last 30 years. The remaining 7% of infrastructure emissions, namely those from heating, will now be offset to enable Heathrow to reach carbon neutral status, and strive ahead with zero-carbon ambition.
Government Unveils Plans For £1.2bn Climate ‘supercomputer’
February 20th, 2020
The government has promised to strengthen the UK’s resilience to flooding and drought by investing £1.2 billion in the world’s most advanced weather and climate forecaster. This ‘supercomputer’ will provide data to more accurately predict storms, select the most suitable locations for flood defences and predict changes to the global climate. This will be managed by the Met Office, as well as sharing data with the Environment Agency and energy sector.