ebm-papst worked together with Cinque Energy Solutions and Stulz to provide energy saving solutions for Diamond Light Source, one of the UK’s leading scienti?c organisations. The fans Existing air-conditioning equipment was upgraded with ebm-papst EC fans, which dramatically reduced cooling energy consumption. The project Stulz asked ebm-papst to carry out a site survey for upgrading some of its computer room air conditioners. Normally used for datacentre cooling, the unit was being used to cool electronic

Supporting the Community Energy Strategy

Posted on 24 Jan 2014

Category: Energy
It’s no secret that the government is under extreme pressure to meet energy and climate control targets, such as supporting a sustainable and secure energy system, reducing UK greenhouse gas emissions and lowering consumer bills. The Community Energy Strategy, made up of existing policies and initiatives, is the government’s new suggestion for making those targets a reality. Politicians believe residents, businesses and local authorities etc., can work together in their communities to help our country
Richard Threlfall, Head of Infrastructure, Building and Construction, said: “We predict the first half of the year will be tough, not because demand will be slow but because it will pick up too quickly for an industry which has lost 20% of its capacity over the last five years and where consequently the supply chain is weak. “At the moment we are observing shortages of bricks, blocks, timber, aggregates and also of skilled labour across
An alarming new CITB report reveals 42% of construction firms are struggling to recruit workers with the right skills while one in 20 businesses fear that a lack of talent is putting them at risk of going under. The CITB claims the skills time bomb is putting 62,000 jobs at risk. Nearly one in five employers said that skills shortages had hampered their growth over the last two years, while over a tenth had lost