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Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme: how to plan for success

The latest phase of the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS) opens in October 2023, giving public sector bodies the chance to fund energy efficiency and low carbon heating upgrades across their estates.   Some of the major challenges that public sector officers face are around knowledge and understanding – what are the practical realities of implementing a decarbonisation project? What are the most appropriate technologies for their buildings? What best practice examples can they learn from? Where do they start? With this in

Phase 3c of the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme: A comprehensive guide

The latest phase of the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS) is set to open in October 2023, giving public sector bodies the chance to fund energy efficiency and low carbon heating upgrades across their estates.   Heat decarbonisation is one of the major hurdles to net zero, with the majority of public sector buildings still reliant on fossil fuels. But it’s also an area of huge untapped potential. For more than 20 years, Fleetsolve has been helping public sector bodies decarbonise

Swimming pool CHP

More splash for your cash: the benefits of CHP for swimming pools

Fleetsolve’s CEO Keith O’Connor features in this month’s Heating and Ventilating Review magazine, explaining why combined heat and power is the ideal choice for swimming and leisure facilities: “It’s hard for pool operators to skimp on energy use. Swimming pools consume more energy per unit area than almost any other building type – five times more energy per square metre than, say, an office block. The reasons are obvious: the need to keep the pool at a consistent temperature and

MADE IN LIVERPOOL – SOLD TO THE WORLD!

Today, it is difficult not to notice that so many timelines are packed full of positivity from yesterday’s excellent “Made in Liverpool, Sold to the World” event held at the Merseyside Maritime Museum at the Royal Albert Dock.

Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme: how to plan for success

The latest phase of the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS) opens in October 2023, giving public sector bodies the chance to fund energy efficiency and low carbon heating upgrades across their estates.   Some of the major challenges that public sector officers face are around knowledge and understanding – what are the practical realities of implementing a decarbonisation project? What are the most appropriate technologies for their buildings? What best practice examples can they learn from? Where do they start? With this in

Phase 3c of the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme: A comprehensive guide

The latest phase of the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS) is set to open in October 2023, giving public sector bodies the chance to fund energy efficiency and low carbon heating upgrades across their estates.   Heat decarbonisation is one of the major hurdles to net zero, with the majority of public sector buildings still reliant on fossil fuels. But it’s also an area of huge untapped potential. For more than 20 years, Fleetsolve has been helping public sector bodies decarbonise

Swimming pool CHP

More splash for your cash: the benefits of CHP for swimming pools

Fleetsolve’s CEO Keith O’Connor features in this month’s Heating and Ventilating Review magazine, explaining why combined heat and power is the ideal choice for swimming and leisure facilities: “It’s hard for pool operators to skimp on energy use. Swimming pools consume more energy per unit area than almost any other building type – five times more energy per square metre than, say, an office block. The reasons are obvious: the need to keep the pool at a consistent temperature and

MADE IN LIVERPOOL – SOLD TO THE WORLD!

Today, it is difficult not to notice that so many timelines are packed full of positivity from yesterday’s excellent “Made in Liverpool, Sold to the World” event held at the Merseyside Maritime Museum at the Royal Albert Dock.