RIBA launches 10-step guide to sustainability for architects

19th March 2012 A guide to help architects build sustainability into their practices is being launched by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).   The RIBA Guide to Sustainability in Practice is a 10-point guide designed for professionals starting out on the sustainability journey. It is free and described by the institute as a "helpful first step" resource for architects to integr...


Budget 2012: Osborne cuts corporation tax

21 - March - 2012 Chancellor George Osborne has announced that he will cut corporation tax, reducing it to 22p by 2014, signalling Britain’s competitiveness to foreign investors. The rate was due to fall to 25% this year and will now be cut back to 24%, with two more 1p cuts to follow over the next two years. Mr Osborne described his Budget as "unashamedly pro business" and said that it would he...


Five Winners in Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow National Educat

Mar 20, 2012 For 50 years there were no new plants at GE’s Appliance Park manufacturing campus in Louisville, KY - but today GE Corp. will open its second new plant in two months. Today, March 20, 20...

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i-NX-Q: the new Climaveneta multi-purpose heat pump with inverter technology

Mitsubishi Electric Hydronics & IT Cooling Systems presents i-NX-Q. Climaveneta’s air source multi-purpose unit with scroll inverter compressors and cooling capacity from 43 to 151 kW. The logic of

GE Opens Second New Plant at Appliance Park

Mar 20, 2012 For 50 years there were no new plants at GE’s Appliance Park manufacturing campus in Louisville, KY - but today GE Corp. will open its second new plant in two months. Today, March 20, 2012, GE opens another new plant to make high-tech refrigerators. Like the GeoSpring facility, the new fridge factory uses Lean manufacturing techniques for better manufacturing efficiency. The two pla...


GE Unveils New Fridge from New U.S. Plant; First U.S. Bottom

Mar 21, 2012 GE officially opened its new refrigerator plant yesterday, and also unveiled the first appliance models to come out of the new plant. The new bottom-mount, French-door refrigerators offer...


Government 'will consult on environment tax' if CRC scheme r

21 March 2012 Budget announcement paves the way for scrapping CRC   George Osborne has promised to bring in a new scheme to replace the Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme for large energy users if it proves impossible to reduce the red tape surrounding it.   He conceded that the current CRC scheme placed too high an administrative burden on firms and if it proved too di...


World Smart Energy Week 2012 in Tokyo

March 11 is the one-year anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, which riggered the subsequent disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant and caused a widespread electricity sho...


Nualight signs $100 million LED deal with Hussmann

20 March 2012 Display case deal will see companies targeting North American markets   LED specialist Nualight has announced a $100 million deal with Hussmann, the US-based manufacturer of refrige...


Smart Grid Study Shows Impact on Intelligent Building Techno

March 20, 2012 OTTAWA - The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) has completed a collaborative research study to identify, define, and size the principle business opportunities presented by the growth of smart grids in relation to intelligent buildings. CABA’s “Smart Grid Impact on Intelligent Buildings” research study estimates that the North American smart grid marketplace will rea...


RHI tariffs for biomass to increase from April 1

19 - March - 2012 OFGEM has announced that the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) tariffs for solid biomass will be increasing from April 1, 2012 The Tier 1 rate for 200kW or below has increased to 8.3p from 7.9p and the Tier 2 rate for 200-1,000kW has increased to 5.1p from 4.9p RHI tariffs will be reviewed once a year for the scheme’s duration. Changes to RHI tariffs will be made in line with the ...


99 Housing Markets Improved in March

Mar 19, 2012 The number of U.S. housing markets with measurable improvement climbed to 99 in March 2012, according to the National Association of Home Builders/First American Improving Markets Index (IMI). The improving markets are in the District of Columbia and 32 states. "With nearly 100 metros showing consistent improvement in local economic and housing conditions, more consumers are feeling ...

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