Compliance

The cost of not following legislation; £1.4m

The cost of not following legislation; £1.4m

Posted on 19th October 2018

For decades the importance of dealing with energy and energy management has not been at the forefront for most businesses. Much of this is because businesses believed energy was a fixed cost and lacked an understanding of how, when and what to do to manage their energy properly and sometimes even why proper energy management is important.

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Putting Energy on the Boardroom Table - Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR)

Putting Energy on the Boardroom Table - Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR)

Posted on 2nd August 2018

When we look at the energy legislation landscape for the UK, we can see its history is not that old. In the last ten to twenty years, we have seen some of the most important legislation come into force and will soon see some of it abolished.

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Ding Dong - The bulb is gone!

Ding Dong - The bulb is gone!

Posted on 5th June 2018

Back in 2009, the EU began phasing out inefficient light bulbs in favour of energy efficient ones in an attempt to help the environment. Since then, it was announced that towards the end of 2018, all but a few types of halogen light bulbs will be phased out of the market and replaced with LED GLS bulbs.

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2EA Visits Iceland – The World’s Most Green Country

2EA Visits Iceland – The World’s Most Green Country

Posted on 16th March 2018

Recently, 2EA had the opportunity to visit Iceland, the world’s greenest country. In fact, back in 2016, renewable energy made up 85% of the countries energy use. But, how do they do it?

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Recycling Is Essential, But What Do the Symbols Mean?

Recycling Is Essential, But What Do the Symbols Mean?

Posted on 23rd January 2018

Last month, we looked at a very serious case of what toxic pollutants and unrecycled waste can do to our Oceans. Lulu, an innocent Killer Whale, became victim to this when she was found washed up on the Scottish Island of Tiree after becoming entangled in fishing ropes. When examining the corpse, researchers also found an alarming amount of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCBs) in her system.

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