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Britain’s gas mains replacement programme

Much of the  UK’s original  250,000 kilometre-long gas pipeline network consists of iron pipes and “ is over a hundred years old,” states Jonathan Callighan, Construction and Procurement Director of Cadent Gas, the largest regional gas distributor in the country. Pipeline age, risk and safety lie at the heart of […]

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Why off-grid power appeals to larger energy users

Nicholas Newman Daily Telegraph September 2017 A large business can have more control over electricity generation costs by using on-site power over grid-supplied power On-site energy generation can save money, reduce emissions, give business greater control over their electricity costs and enhance their green credentials. What’s more, according to a new report […]

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The energy cost of manufacturing in the UK

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

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

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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