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September 2017

Hotels require a lot of energy to run. In addition to the computer systems used in contemporary hotels and emergency lighting that is required by law, customers demand access to power 24-7 to run appliances, watch television and do ‘stuff’. If your hotel uses a lot...

Agriculture is one of the most energy-demanding industries in the world. It requires an energy input at all stages of production, in farm machinery, water management, irrigation and much more. Due to this, the cost of running a farm is significant, and with energy prices...

Emergency lighting legislation sets out the collective laws for emergency lighting. The key legislation that applies to emergency lighting implementation is the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Secondarily, comes the Building Regulations 2006 (Approved Document B). Other regulations that are applicable to emergency lighting include...