Tag Archive: energy industry
62 per cent of UK workers believe their company or organisation is dedicated to being energy efficient. Find out more from the British Gas Business survey.
Energy efficiency in the workplace continues to be a hot topic. But while businesses talk about reduced costs and lower carbon emissions, there's a hidden consequence of smart energy measures that might be of even greater importance: happier, healthier, more productive workers.
According to a recent report from EMC, there were 20 billion devices connected to the internet in 2013. This rapidly expanding Internet of Things is expected to include 32 billion devices by 2020. And according to EMC, the ‘digital universe' is composed of 4.4 trillion gigabytes in 2013 – the equivalent of more than 100 billion iPads.
Like something straight out of a science fiction film, the Aeromobil 3.0 is the latest prototype from the Slovakian start-up of the same name. Recently unveiled at the Pioneers Festival in Vienna, and dubbed by its own makers as ‘the world's most advanced flying car', it's already been put to the test in the skies and roads of Slovakia.
This Halloween, parents and business owners alike will be on the lookout for fearsome creatures, but there may already be an energy-sucking terror in your homes and businesses.
If you have a motivated team then it's likely that you'll see improvements within your business's productivity and output, service and overall morale. It makes great business sense to invest in energising those who work with and around you.
As well as tragedy and destruction, wars can bring about rapid growth and development. Industry is one sector that has to develop quickly in response to the demands of war. To mark the anniversary of World War I, we're taking a look at how the gas industry coped with the challenges brought by war 100 years ago.