eEnergy Group PLC acquires Utility Team

The energy consultancy was sold in a £21m deal

GUEST BLOG: Energy-related apprenticeships

Dave Horton tells us about energy apprenticeships currently available in the UK

‘First-of-its-kind’ project to expand EV capacity in New York City

The Blueprint for LeFrak City project also seeks to show how networked buildings, onsite clean energy technologies and EV charging can help decarbonise buildings and transportation in New York City

4 Reasons Why Organizations Don’t Use Their Utility Data

With so many sites, lights, bills, and processes to oversee, it’s hard for any manager to see the full picture. It’s no wonder the vast majority of businesses fail to track and measure their energy data.

Guest Blog: Michael Prager – Lockdown is nearly over, it’s legacy will be creative destruction

You need to take a deep breath here, go and lie down, preferably in a dark room.  I am about to speak a heresy.

ISO 50001: the pros and cons of an energy management system

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states that to prevent catastrophic climate impacts, global temperature rise must be kept below 1.5°C.

Inspired Energy buys Ignite Energy in £11m deal

The company is taking over the outstanding 60% of Ignite Energy that it didn’t already own

Leigh Hitchens

Meet the energy expert, Leigh Hitchens

Building a business case for change when switching electricity supplier

Committing to being more sustainable as a business, and then delivering on that promise, can be challenging – especially when starting your programme of transition.

A Practical Guide to Remote Energy Management

Governments worldwide are encouraging businesses to implement remote working wherever possible due to the COVID-19 outbreak.