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An energy efficiency consultancy and real estate researcher both based at Oxford Brookes University have joined forces to find energy savings.
The aims of the project were to: establish a baseline for the existing attitudes, opinions and actions of pupils, and their families, regarding water use; educate children...
Download the University of Surrey case study which shows an 11.9% reduction in gas consumption.
EAUC-Scotland and Resource Efficient Scotland (RES) have produced the Energy Efficiency Technologies Catalogue as an introduction different technology options for universities...
Since joining TUCO, Sefton Council’s school meals service has saved an average of 10% on a wide range of products. But it is the due diligence around food safety that they...
Guidance from Lucideon that student loans are not categorised as public funding under ESOS.
This biomass project is the second ever cooperatively funded biomass project in the country, the first of this type in the education sector
A blog post by Carbon Credentials about ESOS and the conflicting messages.
An ESOS Memorandum from TEC addressing the uncertainty in the sector with the deadline of 31 December 2015 looming. TEC sought independent legal advice from McDermott, Will...
Legal update for EAUC Members (August 2014) which shines a much needed light on the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).
EAUC Member responses about ESOS and whether Universities or Colleges are exempt from the scheme.
A presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2012 which shares the University of Sheffield and Royal Northern College of Music’s bids to champion greener living
A presentation from the 2012 Conference which explores how staff within and between institutions can work together to deliver cost savings, as well as positive environmental and...
Legal update for EAUC Members (January 2012) about the Green Deal.
In this EAUC Member Spotlight see how City College Norwich segregates waste on site, in an unconventional, significant cost saving way.
Article 5 of the EU Energy Service Directive applies to energy usage for all Higher Education institutions.