Yearly archives: 2017


Steam Metering: Common Installation Errors

Steam metering installations have specific installation requirements that if not followed can lead to inaccuracies in readings and poor reporting With ever increasing utility costs, carbon taxes and resource scarcity the importance of utility metering is now greater than ever. However correctly metering utilities within a manufacturing site is more […]

Steam Meter

Why use a student intern?

Gennie Dearman, chief operation officer for EDT (Engineering Development Trust) on why organisations should hire student interns Eloise (Ellie) Knights who recently finished her “Year in Industry” with Carbon Architecture Using a student intern is not a route that many employers consider, as many will associate this with larger companies. […]


Carbon Architecture Speaking at Energy Seminar

Will Todd is presenting “driving utility efficiency through data” at a free Gardner Denver energy efficiency seminar Gardner Denver is inviting local businesses in the North West to its free energy efficiency seminar at Old Trafford football stadium, covering all aspects of improving compressed air efficiency. Taking place on Thursday […]


Way forward for the NHS

Carbon Architecture featured on Decentralised Energy Website Croydon Health Services NHS Trust has benefited from an improvement of its combined heat and power technology that could serve as an example for the rest of the cash-strapped British health service. The Trust appointed Twickenham – based Carbon Architecture to analyse its […]

CHP waste heat boiler