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UK manufacturers are under pressure to reduce their input costs and increase investment in innovation, automation and new business models, in order to stay competitive and compliant to regulations. Our experience and innovative energy solutions enable us to help you improve margins, lower production risk and build a more competitive, sustainable future.
Read how industrial manufacturing organisations are building competitiveness and delivering sustainability with integrated energy solutions.
Partnering with Centrica Business Solutions, top paper manufacturer has unlocked a significant new…
Centrica Business Solutions’ energy insights solutions is enabling global building materials giant…
5% of the energy used at one of Toyota’s production plants is now generated by a solar PV…
To remain competitive, industrial manufacturers need to invest in new technologies, automation and new business models. By taking advantage of new energy technologies, you can drive greater efficiency, reduce operational costs and capture new sources of revenue.
Minimise production downtime to meet production quality and timescales. By implementing an effective energy strategy and adopting new energy technologies, you can enhance resilience to power outages and prevent the costs of lost output.
By having a flexible and scalable energy strategy, industrial manufacturers can achieve growth and support innovation, while also being sustainable and achieving environmental compliance.
Industrial manufacturing organisations are already maximising the value of their energy assets
to improve cost efficiency and achieve carbon emission benefits.
Highlight opportunities to improve energy usage and efficiency. Identify equipment failures to safeguard production timescales and quality.
Reduce energy costs and carbon emissions in manufacturing facilities where you have combined heat and power requirements.
Articles that will inform and support energy decisions within your industrial manufacturing organisation.
David Croft, Sustainability, Environment & Human Rights Director at Reckitt, tells us how the…
We spoke to Uday Senapati, who is in charge of the sustainability roadmap for British carmaker…
Following the world leaders meeting at the recent United Nation’s COP26 event, we share our plan to…
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