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30Jul2014

Gurdon Institute saves a million kWh – and throws a party

Since 2011 the Gurdon Institute has piloted a journey to reduce energy intensity. One million kWh of saving later, along with an accolade of awards, they are throwing a party to celebrate. Something special has happened in the heart of the University of Cambridge. Through its Energy and Carbon Reduction Project (ECRP) and deployment of advanced
  • 30 Jul, 2014
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17Feb2014

18% reduction target at UMIC

The University of Manchester Incubator Company (UMIC) and Building Sustainability Ltd, the specialist energy management technology provider are commencing a 12 month energy reduction drive in the two buildings occupied by the high tech start up companies resident in the Grafton Road laboratories. The target is to reduce energy by 18% by working with the
  • 17 Feb, 2014
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27Jan2014

Building Sustainability Ltd announces Citylabs energy monitoring contract win

22nd January 2014 Building Sustainability Ltd announces the award to supply an extensive energy monitoring and sub-metering at Bruntwood’s Citylabs building in Manchester. Citylabs is a new concept in high-specification flexible office and laboratory space, set right in the heart of Corridor Manchester, the city’s knowledge quarter. Citylabs ManchesterThe first Citylabs development is a flagship
  • 27 Jan, 2014
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16Dec2013

Energy and Carbon Reduction Project in the press

Sometimes the tools to slice spiralling electricity bills are at your fingertips. According to a University of Cambridge Pilot study saving energy through control systems can be as simple as altering human behaviour. BSL in action! http://content.yudu.com/A2kk4q/CIBSEdec13/resources/51.htm
  • 16 Dec, 2013
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09Sep2013

Thank you – An Evening of Carbon/Energy Management Training: Thursday 5th September

Building Sustainability would like to thank all those that attended our Carbon/Energy Management Training and post-event meal on Thursday 5th September. It was a thoroughly interesting evening of interactive presentations and thought provoking debate. Delegates represented a huge range of leading industrial and academic organisations, including: ARUP Building Sustainability Cleanroom Solutions Critical Airflow Europe Eco
  • 9 Sep, 2013
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23Aug2013

An Evening of Carbon/Energy Management Training: Thursday 5th September 2013

  Following our thought provoking event in June, Building Sustainability will be hosting the next instalment of Carbon/Energy Management training in Central London on Thursday 5th September from 16:00-17:00. The format will be a series of short presentations and interactive demonstrations. Our keynote speaker will be Prof Ian Leslie from the University of Cambridge, who will be discussing
  • 23 Aug, 2013
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01Oct2012

University of Cambridge Lab making impressive progress

The University of Cambridge’s Gurdon Institute continue with their energy reduction quest. The human behaviour change continues to yield good results with 20 % less energy used in the labs. Best thing about behaviour change is that no capital investment is required. The lighting trial is providing some good results with daylight harvesting providing free light
  • 1 Oct, 2012
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16Apr2012

Behaviour Change can lead to significant energy reductions

Building Sustainability Limited and the University of Cambridge have now produced some exciting new evidence about how behavioural change mechanisms are producing tangible energy reduction results (11% savings) in a department housing 18 research groups, a biomedical facility, equipment rooms and office space. At the recent Environmental Association Universities and Colleges (EAUC) conference held in
  • 16 Apr, 2012
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21Feb2012

SAS UK Marlow Office, Results of Energy Reduction Project 2011

SAS UK has just completed their first year of Workplace Footprint Tracker (WFT) enabled energy management in their fabulous Marlow site. Their flagship building, Upper Wittington was the initial project focus. SAS team begun with a well thought out approach setting up an energy management process for monthly reviews as well as investigations into how
  • 21 Feb, 2012
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