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  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Commercial Heating

    Mitsubishi Electric

    In the commercial sector, 55% of energy used in buildings is for heating, according to the Department for Energy & Climate Change (DECC). Many legislative drivers are forcing... Read more

  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Enhanced Capital Allowance Scheme

    Mitsubishi Electric

    The seminar looks at what the Enhanced Capital Allowance Scheme is, its history and qualifying technologies. Other points covered include ECA criteria, claiming ECA’s and a... Read more

  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Ground Source Heat Pumps

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Ground source heat pumps are proving an increasingly popular sustainable choice for commercial buildings to deal with both heating and cooling requirements. One of the advantages of the... Read more

  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Guide to Maintenance and Refrigeration Regulations

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Examines implications of European Fluorinated F Gas Regulation and Ozone Depleting Substances Regulations (ODS), identifying correct refrigerant applications, inspection and leak... Read more

  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Legislative Developments for Sustainable Building

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Seminar covers issues relating to climate change and the Kyoto protocol and action the UK is undertaking to tackle this subject. Also covered is the background to and the implementation... Read more

  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Microgeneration - A Viable Option

    Mitsubishi Electric

    As the cost of fossil fuels rise and with concerns over the effects of climate change increasing, Government is seeking alternative sources of power and heat for homes. Seminar outlines... Read more

  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Part L Building Regulations - Update

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Part L of the Building Regulations has proved one of the most influential pieces of legislation for the construction industry. The last update in 2006 introduced the European Directive... Read more

  • Grundfos Pumps Ltd

    Packaged Booster Systems

    Grundfos Pumps Ltd

    The demand for pressure boosting systems has continued to rise in recent years and so has the engineered sophistication of the pump solutions being supplied to meet the varied... Read more

  • ABB

    Introduction to drives and motors

    ABB

    Basic operation of an induction motor; compared to other stating methods. Also the introduction of energy saving as a concept and harmonics and there effects.

    This course is... Read more

  • AVK | SEG ( UK) LTD

    Critical Power Solutions: Knowledge Base

    AVK | SEG ( UK) LTD

    A concise; yet comprehensive seminar providing valuable insight into the application of standby diesel generators; UPS systems and batteries to protect and guarantee electrical... Read more

  • Certsure LLP

    Fire Alarm Design and Certification - Fundamentals

    Certsure LLP

    This course looks at Fundamentals of BS 5839 Parts 1 & 6 providing understanding of legislation and standards that relate to fire detection and fire alarm systems along with the... Read more

  • Certsure LLP

    Fire Detection & Fire Alarms Systems - Installation

    Certsure LLP

    This course provides an understanding of the installation process of fire detection and fire alarms systems to BS 5839 1:2013. And be able to complete to installations for non-domestic... Read more

More information about Energy

The energy sector is a highly innovative and expansive industry with a sustained focus for alternative power sources, renewable energy solutions and the balance between growing energy demands with local global environment challenges. The UK energy sector employs over 680,000 in a varied array of professions, from oil & gas engineers to nuclear scientists. EU Skills Research states the UK will need to employ another 200,000 people by 2023 to keep up with industry growth and demand.

Over the last 10 years, the UK has made a transition from being a net exporter of energy to having more than 25% of UK energy now imported. The main energy sources for the UK are approximated as Natural Gas & Oil (41%), Coal (31%), Nuclear (18%), Renewables (9%) and other (1%).

Renewable Energy Sector

Renewable energy uses the natural environment to make electricity. Renewable energies include include wind, wave, hydro, biomass and solar power. Renewable energy technologies produce approximately 9% of the UK’s electricity, and EU targets mean that this is likely to increase to 30% by 2020. Renewable energy will become a critical player in the strategy to reduce carbon emissions.

Nuclear Energy Sector

Currently, approximately 18% of UK electricity is provided by nuclear power from the use of 19 reactors across 10 locations. By 2025, the UK is expected to be supplied with around 25% of its energy from nuclear power. In June 2011, eight sites across Britain were chosen as locations for new nuclear stations.

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