How do SMEs perceive Energy Efficiency Improvements?

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How much do you know about Corporate Social Responsibility?

watch The principle of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is that firms should be responsible for the general welfare of society, observing a social contract that extends beyond the commercial contracts they purse to maximise profits. A firm is expected to maximise profits and, taking this into account, following this goal is ethical whereas deviating from it[…]

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Why Should Landlords Improve the Energy Performance of Their Properties?

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Lord Henley Opens SmartKlub’s Trent Basin Project

go here A ground-breaking community energy scheme, which enables residents to generate, store and use solar electricity, has been officially switched on in Nottingham by the Rt. Hon. Lord Henley, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). SmartKlub are the Community Energy Service Company (ESCO) innovators on the University of Nottingham-led project,[…]

SmartKlub Innovation: The Energy Cloud is transforming the Energy Sector

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Towards an Oxfordshire Energy Strategy: Developing the Route Map

SmartKlub will be helping OxLEP plan a joint future energy strategy on 18th April in the second collaborative workshop on energy route mapping. It is planned that community energy will form a central core to the themes. Tools developed locally such as “Community Action Platform for Energy” (CAPE) will extend the possibility of what is[…]

BT’s David Reynolds joins SmartKlub to head up Smart Cities IoT & East Anglian Networks

opcje binarne poradnik We are pleased to announce David Reynolds has joined SmartKlub to head up Smart Cities IoT & East Anglian Networks. David’s 31 year career with BT spanned all of its different lines of business and customer segments, for which David led a number of large scale IT transformation programmes. During the summer of 2017, David decided[…]

SmartKlub Open for Business in Scotland

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SmartKlub Scotland Launches in May

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SmartKlub in UK first as satellites are used to identify community energy opportunities

http://lokoli.com/?rtyt=rencontre-avec-femme-du-niger&15a=d3 Milton Keynes will be the first city in the UK to host the “Community Action Platform for Energy” (CAPE), a project that uses data, including satellite imagery, to help communities take charge of their own energy needs. This will provide an opportunity for the city’s citizens to reduce their carbon footprint, whilst also cutting energy bills. CAPE will[…]