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Delivering BrewDog Tomorrow program

Carbon Architecture are excited to be helping BrewDog deliver their ‘BrewDog Tomorrow’ program. Through this BrewDog aims to be carbon neutral in 24 months. In a recent LinkedIn post by BrewDog co-founder James Watt, he describes Brewdog’s carbon neutral aspirations, including an ambitious target of being carbon neutral in the […]


Energy Management Challenges

Kingston Hospital, one of our clients has been featured in EMA magazine. The article describes many of the challenges facing the Trust and highlights findings from several Carbon Architecture reports. Carbon Architecture are continuing to work with the Trust to help reduce energy use through implementation of an eSight EMS system. […]


Success within the Public Sector continues for Carbon Architecture

Following the recent achievement of Carbon Architecture being awarded onto the London Procurement Partnership Dynamic Purchasing System for Estates Professional Services, they have now also seen success with being selected onto the Crown Commercial Services RM3800 Utilities Management Software, Metering & Ancillary Services procurement framework.   Carbon Architecture are now in position to […]


Minimising Effluent Treatment Impact

A large brewer wanted to reduce their Anaerobic Digestion Effluent Plant steam demand. The site was using 10% of their steam on the preheating demands of the plant worth £215k/year of natural gas. The primary goal was to develop a solution to satisfy the effluent plant heating demand using alternative […]


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Gas Metering: Confusing Volume Units

Gas metering installations have configuration requirements that if not followed can lead to inaccuracies in 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 site is more complex that generally thought. Whether it […]


IBD / BFBi – Renewable Energy Symposium. Will Todd Keynote Speaker

Carbon Architecture’s Will Todd will delivering the keynote speech on:  the challenges of renewable energy, including an overview of renewable and alternative energy generation technologies in the brewing industry. Wednesday 15th February 2018 12:00 Noon for 12:30pm Musk Engineering, Astron Business Park, Hearthcote  Road, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9DW  The 2018 Annual […]


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 […]

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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. […]


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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 […]


CHiP the dog’s post-Brexit statement

CHiP the dog is an expert in saving energy! Watch below to see what he has to say about energy taxes!

If you’re an energy manager then the only thing that’s guaranteed post-Brexit will mean government spending cuts and more taxes.

Most of our climate change legislation raises taxes, so the government is unlikely to do anything to change that.

Will ESOS change? Yes – it raises no taxes so ISO 50001 is most likely to be the common ground.

Contact Will Todd from Carbon Architecture to discuss the potential issues further.

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DECC Consultation – Reforming Business Energy Taxes

The UK government is currently consulting on proposals to reform business energy efficiency taxes. As part of its response to the consultation on behalf of its clients and associates, Carbon Architecture are keen to hear views about the current energy regime and the potential impact of reforms. The answers will be collated and a response provided to DECC on behalf of the respondent group.


Carbon Architecture sponsors Sainsbury’s Chris Armishaw in Race Across America ‘the world’s toughest bike race’

Carbon Architecture is sponsoring Sainsbury’s Chris Armishaw in the Race Across America ‘the world’s toughest bike race’ in June 2012. Chris will be completing this 3,000 mile bike race solo in only 10 days. We felt the challenge that Chris was rising to was something to be really admired (some would say superhuman).