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CIS working with AmicusHorizon to improve energy efficiency of homes

Climate Integrated Solutions are pleased to announce that we are working with AmicusHorizon to improve the energy efficiency of 200 homes in St Leonards. AmicusHorizon have been awarded European Union funding from the Interreg 2 Seas programme to deliver the SHINE project. The SHINE project is an international partnership for developing ideas to accelerate energy […]Read More »

CIS working with Hertfordshire County Council on Sustainable Design Toolkit

Climate Integrated Solutions are pleased to announce that we will be working with Hertfordshire County Council’s Building Futures Team to update the technical content of 8 modules within their Sustainable Design Toolkit. Hertfordshire Building Futures is an initiative involving nine Hertfordshire local authorities led by Hertfordshire County Council, with the aim of promoting and achieving […]Read More »

Saving energy and money for schools

CIS have now completed the installation of our first LED lighting upgrade for a Northamptonshire primary School. The installation will deliver significant energy cost reductions and an improved lighting environment for the school. CIS undertook a full survey, design specification and installation service to ensure the optimum choice of lighting for each area. With the […]Read More »

CIS complete first lighting upgrades for major hotel chain

CIS have now completed the installation of the first two hotel upgrades of LED lighting for a leading international hotel chain. Our turnkey solution offers a significant reduction in energy costs and a fast return on investment. 26th January 2017Read More »

CIS recognised at Croydon Business Awards

Climate Integrated Solutions are pleased to announced that we were recognized as the ‘Highly Commended’ runner up for Best New Business at the Annual Croydon Business Excellence Awards 2016. A big thank you to the judging panel and all other companies involved in the awards and in particular our clients and partners for their ongoing […]Read More »

CIS win CHP tender for Guildford BC at largest leisure facility of its type in the UK

Evaluation and project delivery of replacement CHP(s) CIS are delighted to have been awarded the contract to assess the requirements for replacement CHP(s) complete the specification and tender documents and manage works on site for delivery of the project for Spectrum Leisure Centre on behalf of Guildford BC. This key project is for the largest […]Read More »

CIS win Energy Audit contract with G’ Growers Ltd

CIS are pleased to announce that they have been invited to carry out a series of energy efficiency opportunity audits for G’ Growers Ltd. Our consultants will be covering 6 sites to look at potential energy efficiency saving options for G’s Grower Ltd. We look forward to commencing work on behalf of our client, and […]Read More »

The GIB to invest in new CHP and waste to energy plant

The Green Investment Bank (GIB) has committed £80m  to support the construction of a new CHP ‘energy from waste facility’ in Kent. The plant will supply DS Smith’s Kemsley Paper Mill with 154 GWh of renewable electricity and 180 GWH of renewable energy per year. This will help decarbonise the mill, reduce GHG emissions whilst also […]Read More »

CIS complete Phase 1 LED lighting Installation for GKN Aerospace

Climate Integrated Solutions are pleased to announce that following the successful completion of the phase 1 LED lighting project at GKN Aerospace Isle of Wight facility, our client GKN Aerospace is all set for us to commence planning the installation of phase 2 LED lighting project at their Osborne facility. John Gould, GKN wrote “We are […]Read More »

Farm turns waste into electricity and heat

Lodge Farm in North Wales has been turning animal and food waste into renewable energy, providing sufficient energy for the farm along with 150 kWh daily to the grid. Over the last five years the organic farms anaerobic digester, has generated over 4.5m kWh of electricity and heat, from waste product, most notably cow dung and […]Read More »

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