Biogas generators can help businesses and organisations reduce their energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint.
Energy is expensive. So why do we waste so much of it? Nearly two-thirds of the energy produced when we generate electricity by conventional means is lost through inefficiencies.
The 23rd of May 2019 marked the first “Microbes to MW” event. This was an invitation-only event created exclusively for Shenton Group biogas clients to celebrate their successes, to share technical knowledge, and to hand out some awards!
Imagine the peace-of-mind that comes with knowing your Standby Generators and CHP systems are being continuously monitored by expert engineers 24 hours-per-day.
A great deal of attention has fallen upon the NHS lately, with the government pledging more funds as the institution turns 70. As is the case with most septuagenarians, and like most medical organisations, the NHS is under pressure to reduce its energy costs (1).
Whilst we’ve enjoyed one of our warmest summers since records began, the UK has undoubtedly experienced one of its busiest years for domestic tourism, with leisure sectors reporting higher than expected numbers.
Will CHP Work For Me? There are 3 key factors to consider before implementing a CHP system, all of which are interlinked: 1. The ability to use the heat –for heating or hot water throughout most of the year. For example: a 200-bedroom hotel with a swimming pool…
Coming from the coal industry itself, Mining Journal writes how the Powering Past Coal Alliance, an organisation comprising nearly 50 global members, has agreed on a moratorium on any new traditional coal power stations
With Christmas and New Year approaching, it’s not too early to start planning which industry events to attend next year. shentongroup certainly has and we can confirm that we’ll be exhibiting at Pub16, Data Centre World 2016 and UK Ad & Biogas 2016, so read on and get the following dates in your diaries!
The arrival of Chinese premier, Xi Jinpin, on a very high profile state visit dominates the news this week. The visit coincides with China investing some £2bn in UK’s combined heat and power industry.