We can help you boost your business’s green credentials and significantly reduce your energy bills…
Introducing Energy Services
Nottingham City Council is a leading organisation in the energy revolution; generating green energy and installing and developing the latest technology to reduce energy consumption.
The council’s award winning Energy Services is the driving force behind this activity, delivering projects that ensure organisations have access to a secure and affordable energy supply; reducing operational costs, risks and environmental impacts.
We work with large corporates, small-medium enterprises and the public sector to help organisations to switch to renewable and low carbon energy solutions.
Increase energy security
Enhance CSR & green credentials
Meet statutory requirements
Energy Services supports organisations to switch to renewable and low carbon energy solutions
Getting results for your business
Harvey Hadden Sports Village
Harvey Hadden Sports Village is a state of the art leisure centre in Nottingham their offering includes, gym and fitness studio, Olympic sized swimming pool, sports halls, and much more.
Victoria Leisure Centre
Reducing energy consumption and protecting against future electricity bill inflation to ensure environmental and financial stability for our leisure centres.
Latest news and updates
New Carbon Reduction, Energy and Sustainability Director.
We are excited to confirm that our Head of Service, Wayne Bexton, takes on a new role within Nottingham City Council as the Director of Carbon Reduction, Energy and Sustainability from the end of March.
Parish Carbon Calculator
The “Impact” parish carbon footprinting tool is now live! The Impact tool was developed by the Centre for Sustainable Energy and the University of Exeter, with help from Parish Councils from across England. The work was funded through the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, via the Midlands Energy Hub, CSE's charitable reserve, and the UKRI Strategic Priorities Fund.
Carbon Footprint of Water
Waters journey from source to tap and back again requires energy and so every drop we use carries an inherent carbon cost for water’s carbon footprint. For each cubic meter of water this is averaged to be 0.708 kg CO2e for treatment and 0.344 kg CO2e for supply. This equates to the same as 6miles driving a small diesel car or 4kWh of electricity.
Britain Breaks Record for Coal-Free Power Generation!
For the last 18 days, coal-fired power plants have not contributed to electricity production in the UK - the longest stretch since the Industrial Revolution.
Local Energy funding opportunities
The BEIS Local Energy Team was established to support LEPs and Local Authorities in England to play a leading role in delivering low-carbon economic growth.
We are managing the delivery of energy projects, programmes and services across the UK. Whether you are looking to save money, improve your environmental impact, or increase energy security we develop energy solutions for your organisation.