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  • DESMI introduces solution to reduce costs and energy loss on electric installations

    At Kormarine 2017, DESMI Pumping Technology A/S is introducing a new solution that enables shipowners and operators to avoid overheated and damaged electric installations and thus, reduce costs and energy loss. The solution is suitable for newbuildings and retrofits. The new OptiPower from DESMI Pumping Technology A/S includes power quality analysis from measuring to design and installation of ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • You can’t manage energy costs you don’t measure

    ENMAT energy management solutions allows companies to track energy cost, usage and demand to automatically generate reports and identify savings opportunities. Companies are able to compare and evaluate power usage efficiency across multiple sites, with the aim of reducing costs and minimizing risk. The service can also help building owners validate the results of energy reduction projects. ...

  • Ecova Helps Clients Manage and Reduce High Energy Costs in the Food Sector

    Ecova, a total energy and sustainability management company, today announced its growing presence in the food sector is helping many of the country’s most popular and well-known establishments become more energy efficient while reducing operational costs. Ecova is carving out a strong presence and reputation in the food sector. Current food industry clients ...


    By Ecova

  • UK Energy Crisis Report [EXTRACT] Policy Cost

    Drumbeat Energy Management is featuring extracts from the recent Liberum Capital Report ‘A crisis inUK energy policy looks inevitable’. The report identifies the possible triggers to the crisis. Download: ...


    By Drumbeat Energy Limited

  • Manure `smells like money` as energy costs rise

    With energy prices driving the cost of agricultural inputs up, nutrient-rich manure is getting another look. 'Calls to Extension offices from people looking for manure and manure compost have increased in recent months,' says Tommy Bass, Montana State University Extension livestock environment associate specialist. Bass said that this shift in perception is good for water quality, too. 'As manure ...

  • Carbon Trust to slash costs of marine energy by 20%

    £1m Carbon Trust research initiative to reduce costs of marine energy using innovative technologies transferred from traditional industries including aviation, oil and gas.Giant turbine blades developed using technology from the aviation industry and underwater hydraulic power networks as used in the oil and gas industry are just two of the technologies that could be harnessed by the marine ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • ABB cuts energy costs in Singapore buildings

    ABB i-bus is the most widely used building installation system in Singapore. It has the largest installed base across the entire range of building uses – offices, factories, hotels and resorts, universities and schools, apartments, villas and bungalows. Several of these installations have recently won best-performance awards for energy efficiency and environmental friendliness from the Singapore ...


    By ABB

  • Report: Fossile Energy Will Cost Double Renewable By 2030

    A commonly repeated mantra is that renewable energy technologies are too expensive, or require high investments. Which suggests that the alternative to renewable energy – the current fossil-based energy infrastructure - is cheaper, or requires less investments. But does that view hold true? A look at global energy cost developments shows – Fossil ...


    By SolaVis

  • Is the Uk getting better at predicting future energy costs?

    A new report published today by the UK Energy Research Centre's Technology and Policy Assessment (TPA) function asks why the cost of generating electricity in the UK has continued to rise, and why we keep getting it wrong when it comes to predicting future costs. Presenting the Future: an assessment of future costs estimation methodologies in the electricity generation sector has been produced ...

  • Energy Costs Rising as National Debts Grow

    Although gas prices are temporarily low at the pump, long-term energy costs are on the rise. According to State of the World 2015 contributing author Nathan John Hagens, a former hedge fund manager who teaches human macro-ecology at the University of Minnesota, nations are papering over those costs with debt. Higher energy costs are leading to continued recessions, excess claims on future natural ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • New Eaton software advances energy management to reduce facilities’ energy costs, improve system reliability, support sustainability

    Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton today announced the release of Power Xpert Insight software, a power and energy monitoring software that helps customers reduce energy consumption, control costs, and improve the reliability of their facilities. Power ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • Worldwide Energy Finds Lighting Maintenance Can Save on Energy Costs

    It's often overlooked, but proper lighting maintenance is a large part of reducing utility bills, especially for businesses where lighting accounts for an estimated 20 percent of total energy used in commercial buildings. More often than not, many businesses do not have a detailed lighting maintenance policy other than replacing burned-out ...


  • WADE Canada: Decentralized Energy is Critical to Offsetting Rising Energy Costs

    The recent report released by the Canadian Electrical Association prepared by the Conference Board of Canada is an excellent depiction of the daunting challenge for the energy markets in Canada. The nearly $200 billion of investment in generation alone, to meet projected demand, will require a coordinated national plan that needs to include clean and decentralized options. "It is essential ...


  • Looking for ways to beat the Heat? Energy Efficiency Solutions Help Constellation Customers Manage Operating Costs

    Across the nation, business owners, manufacturers and large public sector institutions face a challenging question: Are extreme weather events, such as this summer's record-setting heat waves, the new normal?  To view the multimedia assets associated with this release, please click: ...


    By Constellation Energy

  • BSI Launches Training for New Energy Management Standard to Help Companies Cut Costs and Reduce GHG Emissions

    BSI announces the launch of the first internationally-recognized energy management standard to help organizations improve profitability, cut GHG emissions, and meet climate change targets. ISO 50001 will help organizations of all sizes implement the processes necessary to understand their baseline energy usage, as well as to establish action plans, targets, and energy performance ...


    By BSI

  • Enterprise Inns and Carbon Trust target 30% cut in energy costs

    Enterprise Inns aims to cut the energy costs of its pub retailers by up to 30% through an innovative new service developed in partnership with the Carbon Trust, it was announced today. The company is to pilot a new web-based service which will enable pub retailers to accurately measure energy consumption at their own pub and learn how to manage and reduce it effectively. The service will provide ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • Green energy controls cut costs and carbon for Wakefield residents

    Residents at the Newfield House Independent Living Scheme in Wakefield are benefiting from affordable, lower-carbon heating and hot water, thanks to advanced metering technology supplied by sustainable energy company ENER-G Switch2.   The company, based in Saltaire, near Bradford, was appointed by Wakefield and District Housing (WDH) to supply and operate a complete utility management ...


    By ENER-G

  • Five California Cities Join National Program to Reduce Solar Energy cost

    Five California cities have joined an elite cohort of nearly 30 cities and counties nationwide as founding participants in SolSmart, a national program to encourage solar energy development locally. SolSmart will provide official recognition to cities and counties for making solar more affordable and accessible in their communities. These California cities are among ...


    By The Solar Foundation

  • Half of UK businesses ‘concerned’ over escalating energy costs

    New research shows 51 per cent of organisations are worried about the financial impact of rising energy bills - yet less than 20 per cent of finance teams are accountable for energy tracking and management Newcastle, 29 May 2012: Getting the best deal for domestic energy customers has become headline news in the wake of unwelcome hikes in energy prices. Yet according to new research commissioned ...


  • Energy Efficiency in Data Centres to Lower Costs and Benefit the Environment

    The data centre market is growing at an extremely high rate and its boom can be owed to the ever increasing need for data transfer and storage. For this reason, it has become crucial to take in account the energy usage both from financial and environmental points of view. The importance of energy efficiency in data centres will be discussed in Frost & Sullivan's web conference, taking place ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

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