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Innoven’s Building Monitoring platform offered a comprehensive analysis of the building’s loads and an evaluation of current practices, after a period of only 2 months. Builting Info:
- Average Energy Consumption:4.5GWh per year
- Peak Load 250 kW
- Average Energy Bill: 400.000 $ per year

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In office buildings the most common cause of energy waste is lighting, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems) and office equipment unnecessarily left on. By addressing these and other issues Innoven managed to reduce energy costs by €32,000 / year and energy consumption by 19%.

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The pieces are made out from these recovered materials together with other offcuts coming from textile samples or damaged fabrics hand-weaved in brand new cloths.
The first fashion capsule (Love Endings) will be presented in Hong Kong fashion week in January 2016.

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Westex Carpets Ltd has incrementally reduced their impact on the environment focusing not only on the energy reduction but also on other components of the quality carpets production.

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Brewing award-winning ales and beers, while thinking about sustainability.

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A small company sourcing Italian ingredients to import and package for UK food retail, catering wholesalers and food manufacturing customers that ensures resources used (e.g. energy, water, stock and packaging) are used as efficiently as possible.

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Supplying and delivering wholesale fruit, vegetables and other products optimising the consumption of material and waste management.

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uBin is the first recycling bin to be made entirely out of post-consumer recycled plastic. Once you hear about this innovation it is difficult to understand why it wasn't done before - it is obvious that recycling bins should themselves be made from recycled material.

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GreenStar Statistics enables organisations to easily achieve significant savings on fuel and CO2 emissions. The solution provides continuous feedback to drivers via real-time alerting, gamification or training, resulting in structural improvement of driving behaviour.

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Quantum Waste has come up with a new technological solution called the Qube which breaks up waste. Meanwhile the company provides local treatment, light vehicles, and an efficient production cycle which benefits the environment through reduced carbon emissions.

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