Half of university bosses get reports on “green” efforts

More than half of all university senior management teams now get an update on the performance of their institution’s environmental policy in their annual report. A study published today by the student-led network People and Planet praised the “national progress” on environmental awareness. It found an “impressive” 44% of all UK universities now show a […]

Scottish universities get cash for green energy

Three universities in Scotland are enrolling their own green energy supplies with the aid of £20 million from the Scottish Government, it was announced today. The projects are expected to help Scotland meet its carbon emission reduction targets. Prince William’s former university, St Andrews, is getting £10 million for a wood-fuelled biomass project at Guardbridge […]

Contract wins continue to roll in for MTEM systems

Business is positively buzzing for Marshall-Tufflex Energy Management, which has secured a number of high profile contracts for its technologically advanced power saving/sub-metering systems for installations ranging from hospitals to a prison, library, council offices, motorcycle showroom and even an ice cream manufacturer. The company’s Voltis voltage optimisation system has recently been specified by local […]