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Germany takes lead in moving to hydrogen-based economy

Like many other countries, Germany has also pledged to cut harmful emissions by 2050. In preparation of an up-and-coming energy transition, Germany has manoeuvred itself amongst other EU countries by taking a leading role in becoming hydrogen ready.

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Bids for public sector contracts will need net zero commitment

New rules will be implemented by the government requiring those bidding for public sector contracts to have published net zero carbon emissions commitments.

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International Energy Agency report 'banning' natural gas boilers was incorrect

A recent plan for global decarbonisation by the International Energy Agency, titled, Net Zero by 2050: a Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector was widely reported in the UK media as stating that all-natural gas domestic boilers would be ‘banned’ by 2025.

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Redbridge win for Q3

Q3 is pleased to announce that the company has secured a major, public-sector contract with the London Borough of Redbridge, following a successful competitive tender process.

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Good practice for Covid-secure organisations in 2021

As businesses and other organisations emerge from the pandemic, there will be a renewed focus on the health and safety of workplaces. Risk assessments will need to be updated to ensure that staff, customers and other visitors are not exposed to harmful microorganisms.

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Covid special: Lockdown easing sees cautious development emerging in all areas of FM

As the UK continues to ease lockdown restrictions, facilities are reopening and seeing increased need for the provision of all types of services.

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Rise in data generation sees increased attention on energy efficiency

The storing of data is fast becoming a major concern for many and another area of concentration for growing numbers of FMs, particularly concerning the area of energy consumption

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All systems go for future integration of lighting systems

Major change is continuing to be seen in the design of lighting systems to assist the delivery of health and wellbeing strategies.

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Creating a roadmap to Net-Zero for a UK Government Department

An ISS customer, a UK government department, set itself the challenge to achieve true Net-Zero across its property portfolio.

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Collaborative efforts lead to creation of prison academies

Local and national government service provider Amey has partnered with Bell Group to create academies within prisons to help transform lives and reduce reoffending.

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Recognition grows for World Environment Day

Initiatives in support of World Environment Day have been announced as part of higher levels of recognition within the FM sector.

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Planon and IAdea have announced the launch of Planon Connect for IAdea for the management of room booking display technology from within Planon’s market leading Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS).

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Lack of skilled staff warning as UK facilities reopen

With job vacancies rising at their fastest rate for 23 years, the number of applicants has declined at its quickest level since 2017, according to a KPMG survey.

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PTSG helps Meggitt make a clean start

Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has been contracted by long-term collaborative partner CBRE to provide specialist high-level services at the new Meggit site in Coventry.

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The hospitality sector has been under tremendous pressure, but has responded to the Covid challenge with enthusiasm and professionalism.

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