Businesses and the public sector are increasingly looking for innovative ways of saving money and carbon emissions through improvements in energy efficiency. Whilst we have seen substantial progress to date with improvements in more conventional physical measures - such as insulation standards, heating, ventilation, cooling and lighting - where do businesses turn to next in their mission to further reduce costs and respond to the threat of climate change?
SSE Enterprise Utilities will cut the unit rate of its domestic heat tariff by around 7% from 1 May 2016 for customers living in district heating networks. For a typical SSE Enterprise Utilities heat customer, the changes will see their annual heat bill reduce by between £9 and £17*.
SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions has been shortlisted for a hat-trick of awards at the prestigious Building Controls Industry Associations (BCIA) Awards 2016.
SSE Enterprise Utilities has delivered a low carbon multi-utility solution for a new residential and commercial development on the banks of the Thames.
SSE Enterprise on board again for Wales Senior Open The Wales Senior Open has received a significant boost with the news that SSE Enterprise will again be title sponsor when the tournament returns to the European Senior Tour schedule in June 2016.