Held On 24th & 25th November at ExCeL in London
EMEX is back for an in-person event on 24th and 25th November 2021 at the ExCeL Centre in London, empowering the UK’s largest community of leading Sustainability, Energy and Environmental professionals to succeed in their race to Net Zero.
Aiming to help the construction industry and the UK to build back better.
The New Foundations report, which was published by the CBI earlier this week, on behalf of their construction members and the wider industry, looks at how the construction landscape has been altered by the pandemic, new political priorities, and policy developments and most notably the launch of the government’s Construction Playbook.
Essar Oil (UK) Ltd announces that it has submitted a planning application to Cheshire West and Chester Council, seeking approval for the construction of hydrogen production plants at its Stanlow Manufacturing Complex in Ellesmere Port.
Door & Hardware Federation (DHF) has announced that its newest Board Member is Director of Security Access Systems Ltd, and Chairman of DHF’s Automated Gate Group, Martin Keelagher. Following eighteen months of unprecedented challenge, during which DHF has flourished as an organisation, it is continuing to strengthen its infrastructure and plan for the future. Martin’s presence on the Board also ensures vital representation from the automated gate sector.
Central England Co-op Makes Move Into Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Bringing Significant Benefits
Retailer Central England Co-op is reaping the benefits of introducing Robotic Process Automation (RPA) technology into its day-to-day work helping it to build for a more sustainable future.
The Oglesby Centre extension to Hallé St Peter’s in Manchester won three RIBA 2021 awards.
Hallé St Peter’s, the historic rehearsal venue and community centre for the world-famous orchestra, has scooped a top architecture award for sustainability, thanks to its partnership with Siemens.
- Mitie and Sustainable Development Capital LLP (SDCL) have launched a new partnership to support organisations wanting to roll out large-scale decarbonisation and energy efficiency projects for their estates, but are faced with significant upfront investment
- Mitie will use its engineering and energy management expertise to help customers design and manage their sustainability projects from end to end
- SDCL will seek to provide the capital to fund these projects and make them available for use by customers, with fees linked to an energy services contract