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Innovation in Flood Risk Management in the UK

Innovation in Flood Risk Management in the UK

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This seminar will cover the benefits and approaches to innovation in flood risk management. This includes innovations in engagement with communities and stakeholders, as well as the planning, design and maintenance of flood risk management infrastructure. Read more…

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Samantha Mitchell

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How to do WELL with IES

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Taking a closer look at the application of the Virtual Environment for designing for health and wellbeing, with a particular focus on the WELL... Read more…

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Unlocking the Energy Efficiency Opportunity in Ireland

Element Energy’s new report “Unlocking the Energy Efficiency Opportunity”, carried out for the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, was recently launched in Dublin by the Minister for the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources. Read more…

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Utility Bill Cost Recovery

Utility Bill Cost Recovery

How to reclaim overcharges on your historic utility bills. Read more…

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LEDs lighting the way to a brighter future for energy efficient technology in Malaysia

LEDs lighting the way to a brighter future for energy efficient technology in Malaysia

The Carbon Trust is helping to bring pioneering UK expertise in energy efficiency to Malaysia, working alongside our local partners, GreenTech Malaysia, to accelerate the deployment of LED lighting, helping to reduce energy use and carbon emissions. Read more…

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Automatic Monitoring and Targeting

Automatic Monitoring and Targeting

Track and analyse your energy consumption. Read more…

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