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University of Warwick : Ex-Or drives £50,000 annual savings at university car parks

The University of Warwick has reduced its annual lighting energy bill for one of its multi-storey car parks by £13,000 following the installation of LED luminaires coupled with lighting controls Ex-Or, a Honeywell company Ex-Or controls have also been fitted to its three other multi-storey car parks on the campus, meaning the University is on course to make energy cost savings of more than £50,000 per year. In addition to the cost savings, the University says the car parks are now safer a... [more]

UK: Energy-Saving Light Bulbs help Combat Festive Price Hikes

A rise in energy prices now occurs so frequently that it is almost a Christmas tradition in itself. British Gas has announced that millions of their customers will face a 7% energy hike just in time for the festive season, adding around £1.50 to the average weekly gas and electricity bill. The price hike kicks into gear on December 10th, just in time for the festive season, and traditionally the time when many homeowners start to utilise the most electricity, what with the extra Christmas lights... [more]

UPS Systems: Global chauffeur firm chooses UPS Systems for complete standby power managed service

UPS Systems, a leading UK power technology company, has supplied Carey Worldwide Chauffeured Services with a complete uninterruptible power supply, back-up generator and a continuous monitoring service, ensuring business operations remain unaffected by power outages. Located in Brentford, Middlesex, Carey’s European headquarters experiences two or three major power cuts every year, often lasting for several hours. Carey required a comprehensive UPS system that would allow critical IT serve... [more]

University of Nottingham: Knowing the Score-Stove™ – revolutionary sound-powered stove tested on the ground

A revolutionary sound-powered stove and electrical generator is currently being tested in the conditions it was designed for — rural villages in Nepal and Bangladesh. The Score-Stove™ project brings together researchers from across the world to develop a wood-powered generator capable of cooking food. Led by the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at The University of Nottingham, the project team uses thermo-acoustic technology to convert biomass fuels into energy, powering... [more]

Unison: Korea's Unison Co., Ltd Convertible Bonds and Additional Shares to be Acquired by Toshiba

By signing a share purchase agreement with Unison Co. Ltd., Korea's leading manufacturer of wind power equipment Toshiba Corporation recently announced that it has reinforced its renewable energy business. It will acquire approx. 3.53 million newly issued Unison shares. Separately, Toshiba has also signed an agreement to purchase approx. 2.909 million shares of Unison from the company's current shareholders. In May 2011, Toshiba entered into a strategic business alliance with Unison and subse... [more]

Uninterruptible Power Supplies Limited: Serious power disruption could be caused by the Olympic Games

As the Olympic Games are fast approaching, data centre operators constantly being reminded to prepare for the significant increase in power consumption across the capital, as well as any conceivable disruptions occurring during the competitions' six weeks schedule. "It's virtually impossible to predict the true impact the Olympics will have on power consumption with any degree of certainty so, with that in mind, it is imperative that those responsible for maintaining the most critical facilit... [more]

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