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New analysis spurs innovation of CCS technology

Posted on 22 August 2012.

New analysis spurs innovation of CCS technology

Sheffield Hallam University, one of the largest in the UK, implemented the new standard called ISO 50001 in between January and May this year and have saved £50,000 so far.

Introduced in June 2011, ISO 50001 is an international standard, developed by experts from more than 60 countries that lays out the latest best practice in energy management.

BSI have calculated that if all the other universities implemented similar changes then the total saved on electricity bills across the board could amount to nearly £14m.

The standard outlines practical measures for reducing energy usage which includes insight on energy saving technology such as smart metres, guidance on how to measure and document energy consumption and advice on building a culture of energy efficiency.

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