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Hydrogen UK CEO, Clare Jackson, reflects on the trade body’s launch, ‘Jazzy Shirt Mondays’ and the need to move away from ‘silo-ism’ to hit industry targets.
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Wayne Bridger, UK sales manager, decarbonisation and hydrogen applications at BOC UK & Ireland, discusses his involvement in mobilising industrial gas firm BOC’s largest ever hydrogen supply chain, and the drive for a ‘no regrets’ pathway to decarbonisation.
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The fourth industrial revolution, with widespread rollout of the so-called Internet of Things, has been well publicised and long anticipated. There can be little doubt that, with UK utilities and their supply chain partners under increasing pressure to deliver more for less, smart devices that generate actionable insight are a must-have.
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Ovo Energy Solutions will work with local authorities to retrofit 400 homes across the Isles of Scilly and Cornwall – where fuel poverty affects more than one-in-ten (11.5%) of all households, according to figures from National Energy Action.
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Energy firm Eon and Nationwide Drones have jointly launched drone and laser scanner-led home ‘health assessments’ – which they claim can gauge solar, heat pump and insulation suitability in under an hour – and outlined ambitions to harness drone tech across ‘all survey requirements’.
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Living Lab volunteer homes are most likely to be smart-heated, detached, family households in England using a gas boiler, according to new data released by the Energy Systems Catapult to mark its test environment growing beyond 1,000 UK dwellings.
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On the back of Utility Week Live 2022, Utility Week editor James Wallin sat down with Aimie Chapple, Capita Experience CEO, to gauge her thoughts on the challenges discussed over the two days and solutions presented.
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