90% emissions savings from green IT?

Most businesses, large or small expend a lot of capital on IT services and their associated energy cost. Local servers are expensive to buy, run and maintain and often remain idle for much of their lives with resultant inefficiency and unnecessary cost to the planet and bottom line. Solution – ever heard of cloud computing? In a […]

Cameron’s a tin man and Miliband’s a scarecrow! Our Wizard of Oz matrix in election action!

Rachel Sylvester of The Times yesterday referred to the general election as a Wizard of Oz election. Sylvester profiled the conservative leaders David Cameron and Ed Miliband as tin man and scarecrow respectively according to their hard-nosed financial motivators and their perceived level of niceness. The tin man of course is without heart but with […]

How are we doing with our buildings’ emissions?

We constantly monitor the energy usage by tenants at Claydon Court and analyse the results so we identify ways to improve. Below is a graph of the Claydon Court emissions from January 2013 to present. Clearly there are some interesting trends we need to address.   Click the graph to enlarge. Some trends worth noting: […]