Insights and news
22 July 2020: Power experts are testing innovative technologies that could be adopted by UK airports, to help electricity engineers work remotely rather than on site.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues and the UK experiences an increase in cases across the country, the safety and wellbeing of our employees, the public and our clients remains our top priority.
Company budgets post COVID-19 will be under severe pressure and the need to reduce energy costs, ensure resilience and lock-in any carbon savings achieved through restricted working will be greater than ever.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals represent a global, concerted effort by industry, communities, charities and NGOs to come together to create a blueprint for continuous, sustainable development for all.
Water utilities are very energy-intensive businesses. They require large amounts of power to move water around their networks and operate water and wastewater treatment plants to provide clean water to customers and process sewage safely back into the environment.
2 April 2020: New project to break down barriers to electrification for global fleet operators.
5 March 2020: UK Power Networks Services has become one of the first companies of its kind in the UK to achieve certification in recognition of its industry-leading Building Information Modelling (BIM) credentials.
All Electric Bus Town funding worth £50 million presents an opportunity not to be missed for local authorities.
5 February 2020: Top apprenticeships are on offer in roles that will help to keep the lights on in critical infrastructure in the UK while supporting net zero carbon emissions targets by 2050.
29 January 2020: The distributed energy solutions provider will support the energy transition of the UK’s railway infrastructure.
10 January 2020: This week saw the successful completion of Network Rail’s electrification of the railway route between Cardiff Central and London Paddington.
Energy strategy has evolved in the last ten years from being a ‘nice to have’ to being a ‘must have’ - whether the main driver is controlling costs, boosting your energy independence, improving resilience, increasing your social corporate responsibility, meeting policies or investor’s expectations. An energy strategy can be invaluable for your business.
20 December 2019: A new girls’ football team in Chatham will be getting football kit and aids thanks to a £250 sport award.