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The energy cost of manufacturing in the UK

Nicholas Newman Telegraph February 2017 In 2014, the UK’s energy consumption was equivalent to 142.8 million tonnes of oil, of which certain industrial groups consumed 24 million tonnes alone. It stands to reason then, that any energy efficiency gains that can be made in Britain’s manufacturing businesses will both save […]

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Recent work in January 2017

Here are a few examples of my recent energy journalism, copywriting and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of January 2017. Pipeline and Gas Journal The Nigeria-to-Morocco Gas Pipeline: a political pipedream? In December 2016, the King of Morocco and Nigeria’s government […]

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How the retail industry can save energy and reduce its large carbon footprint

Nicholas Newman Daily Telegraph December 2016  The retail industry can lower their energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint by following these five simple tips. Retailing uses enormous amounts of energy, much of it incurred by keeping products fresh in warehouses and employing fleets of vehicles to fill retail premises. […]

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Farms that can harness energy will reap the rewards

Nicholas Newman Daily Telegraph December 2016 Agriculture is one of the most innovative and energy-intensive industries around, find out how farmers are embracing new ideas to help slash costs, minimise risks, and even generate capital. You might think that green fields and rustling hedgerows are a million miles from the […]

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Sustainability: what does it really mean?

Nicholas Newman Telegraph December 2016 Sustainability is not a dirty word; being in business in 100 years’ time is what being sustainable really means. Nowadays it is good PR to run a sustainable business. Nevertheless, sustainability is much more than the continued pursuance of a green agenda. Rather, it is […]

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Recent Work In November

Here are a few examples of my recent energy journalism, copywriting and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of November 2016.   African Review How many gas powered power stations does Africa need? Across Africa, there are ongoing plans to develop new […]

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Recent Work In October

Here are a few examples of my recent energy journalism and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of October 2016. AFRELEC South Africa invites bidders to invest in its gas to power projects Because of issuing of Preliminary Information Memorandum this October, […]

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ENPCs: the future of business energy management?

Nicholas Newman Daily Telegraph 2 March 2015 With energy performance contracts starting to gain traction in the UK, discover how an ENPC could help your business save money. A well-designed energy performance contract (ENPC) could benefit many companies. Indeed, the Department of Energy and Climate Change estimates that business could save […]

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Get switched on to control your energy use

Nicholas Newman Telegraph 2 March 2015 From switching off the lights to a hi-tech system overhaul, energy management strategies have changed drastically over the past three decades. Until the Eighties, energy management practices focused on such simple measures as switching off the lights, cutting back on the heating and opening a […]