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Carbon Trust

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ENERGY SAVINGS What FMs can do...

Saving energy is set to become even more important than it currently is, and this is reflected in the advice offered by the likes of The Carbon Trust


Renewable interest

Energy is arguably the biggest issue on the FMs agenda. Given that companies have a responsibility to go green and yet energy prices are rising in a struggling economy. Maybe this is the time for the FM to look to the opportunities of renewable energy. Tim Fryer tried to find out.


Carbon Trust launches footprint guide for business

The Carbon Trust has launched a new guide to carbon footprinting for businesses that explains how to manage and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by understanding what emissions are caused by a business’s activities or products.


Low carbon commercial property fund launched (Carbon Trust)

The Carbon Trust, fund manager Threadneedle and developer Stanhope plc are to partner in a new £350m fund that aims to significantly increase the availability of high specification low carbon commercial property in the UK.


£2.5m cash ready for the Big Business Refit

The Carbon Trust has called on UK building services distribution suppliers to take advantage of a £2.5m sales opportunity from its equipment scrappage scheme.


Save £1m a day campaign launched by Carbon Trust

A new ‘One Million A Day’ campaign was launched by the Carbon Trust last week to mobilise UK business and help them in the recession by saving at least £1 million a day through cost effective action on climate change.


Greening IT

With many companies now vigorously pursuing green agendas, there is potential for 'greening' a wide range of business activities. Even among power hungry workplace IT both hardware and software initiatives emerging to achieve organisations' Carbon Reduction Commitment


Discover instant no-cost and low-cost ways to cut your energy use

In response to growing business demand to take action on CO2 the Carbon Trust is rolling out a national series of Energy Management workshops for businesses of all sizes to act on CO2 and cut energy use now.


UK business make cutting energy costs a priority

Energy efficiency is now the number one cost-cutting priority for UK businesses looking to combat the impact of a potential economic slowdown, according to new research released today by the Carbon Trust.


Plans to curb datacentre power consumption

The Carbon Trust today has announced a partnership with the British Computer Society (BCS) to develop a simulation software tool to help companies understand the energy use within data centres and manage growing power consumption and increased carbon emissions.


Smart Energy Control

The Carbon Trust has suggested that metering technology can reduce the average business’ energy consumption by 12.3 per cent a year. Charlie Crossley Cooke explains how installing smart meters can help businesses control their energy usage and costs


New standard created to combat 'Greenwash'

A campaign has been launched by the Carbon Trust challenging businesses and the public sector to end so-called ‘greenwash’ by achieving the new “Carbon Trust Standard” certificate ,that proves they are tackling climate change and have made genuine reductions in their carbon emissions.


Carbon Trust launches free guide to help schools cut their carbon footprint

UK schools are losing out on £20m savings and CO2 emission reductions of 300,000 tonnes due to poor energy efficiency, says The Carbon Trust which has launched a free package of energy saving guides for the education sector activities including swimming pools, food preparation and catering,.


Property sector lags behind its employees enthusiasm to reduce carbon

Employees in the property sector are ready and willing to reduce their workplace emissions but need more support from their employers to do so. A Carbon Trust report into employees’ attitudes to carbon reduction says that 67 per cent of employees surveyed from the sector said they wanted to cut their carbon emissions but wanted more guidance and empowerment.