Robot journalists, cars that drive themselves, fridges that alert you when your milk is going bad...welcome to the future, powered by the Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT is here to stay, and it is transforming how we live, work and play. Businesses will be the biggest adopters of IoT, followed by governments and consumers.
Brexit has come as a shock to the UK and the world. UK’s decision to leave the EU is shaking up markets and will have wide-ranging impacts across all industries. Energy included. Speculations have been flying about how the UK carbon budget commitments might be affected. In the midst of this post-Brexit uncertainty, and less than one week after the referendum, the UK Government announced its approval of the fifth carbon budget.This announcement means that the UK accepts the Committee on Climate Change’s recommendations to reduce emissions by 57% below 1990 levels between 2028 and 2032.But…what does this mean for the energy industry? Are you up to speed on the fifth carbon budget? Do you know how could it impact your ESCO business in the UK?Let’s take a closer look to better understand the UK’s carbon budget.
As an energy manager, your role is changing on so many levels and fast. Are you keeping up? Today we launch a free-to-download guide that will help you to catch up and raise your work to the next level.
Meters, gateways... hardware devices for energy efficiency are a pending subject for many energy professionals. And yet, they are essential to start a good energy savings project, or when you're trying to boost savings in projects with previous story...Do you need to catch up with hardware for energy efficiency? Do you want to learn all you need to give good advice about hardware in any project? Join our next free training session and answer all your hardware questions!
After having published our guide to the ISO 50001 certification, we are opening up a new discussion topic on our blog today on the future ISO 52000, a new standard which is being drawn up to measure the energy performance of buildings.