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30Nov2015

Remove the barriers and shine a light on the benefits of CHP

My name is Marco Romani. I moved to the UK 6 months ago from Italy in order to lead a Knowledge Transfer Partnership Project between Building Sustainability Limited, a management software development company, and the University of Brighton. Our Project started in June with a very simple idea: identification and removal of the barriers to decentralised power and
  • 30 Nov, 2015
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18Nov2015

CHP – The ugly duckling of energy management?

As we begin to see the real effects of climate change through record heat waves, raging fires in Indonesia and melting ice caps in the arctic it is now more important than ever to focus our attention on all tools available to us. Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is one such tool. CHP is the
  • 18 Nov, 2015
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16Nov2015

New Guide – Visual Energy Displays

We have created a new guide on the topic of Visual Energy Displays. A Visual Energy Display is a digital signage feedback mechanism involving smart metering, data aggregation and public screens. Energy data is automatically captured from meters and submeters in a building. The data is processed, analysed and aggregated, typically in a Building Energy
  • 16 Nov, 2015
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19Nov2014

ESOS – Partnership announcement

Building Sustainability Ltd (BSL) are excited to announce our partnership with Sweett Group in the delivery of ESOS services. This exciting partnership garners the technical capability of BSL along with the professional services capability of Sweett Group. Our focus is to deliver a holistic approach to your ESOS journey. We will not only provide the
  • 19 Nov, 2014
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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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17Jul2014

ESOS Lift off: 17th July 2014 – Are YOU Ready?

The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Regulations come into effect imminently. So what is it all about and are you affected? ESOS is the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme, a new set of legislations that requires all large companies and charities (those employing more than 250 people or with an annual turnover of more than 50 million
  • 17 Jul, 2014
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27Mar2014

Low Energy Server Rooms: Free Guide and online PUE Calculator

    Use our online PUE calculator to work out your PUE and see how much you can save on energy in your server room and download our free guide on Low Energy Server Rooms. Then once you have done this contact BSL and we will help you define the projects you need to implement
  • 27 Mar, 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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16Dec2013

Download free guide on behaviour change

Running a behaviour change program is probably the most cost-effective measure for reducing energy consumption. We have prepared a guide with an introduction to Behaviour Change and Energy Management. It also describes what features the Workplace Footprint Tracker offer to assist you in creating a successful program for staff engagement. Use this link to download
  • 16 Dec, 2013
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