SSE Enterprise Contracting has taken the top spot in the 2015 Electrical Times’s Top 50 Contractors Report for the second year running. Electrical Times’s Top 50 is the annual countdown of the UK’s top 50 electrical contractors. The list details the largest electrical contractors in the UK in terms of turnover. It is an essential resource for anyone working in electrical contracting and includes important business data including annual turnover, growth in profit, and profit per employee.
SSE Enterprise Telecoms, the UK’s leading provider of network infrastructure and data centre services, today announced that its scalable network solutions have enabled Commsworld to deliver ultra-reliable and high-capacity internet connectivity to major sporting events and festivals in Scotland over the summer.
Up to 10,000 businesses must take urgent action or risk falling foul of new energy efficiency legislation. All companies employing more than 250 people must carry out an ESOS (Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme) audit by 5 December 2015 or risk sanction by environment agencies. Despite this looming deadline less than 200 businesses are fully compliant with the new legislation.
SSE Enterprise Telecoms has announced that it is providing a new state-of-the-art data centre in West London with a range of cutting-edge connectivity solutions. Customers of the VIRTUS LONDON2 data centre in Hayes will benefit from the LIGHTNOW optical networking service, which offers high-capacity, ultra-resilient connectivity and already services 21 of London’s busiest data centres including the VIRTUS LONDON1 site in Enfield. Customers of the VIRTUS LONDON2 data centre will also benefit from optical waves, ethernet, IP transit and internet access following SSE Enterprise Telecoms’ investment in the facility.
An innovative PFI project in Hampshire – the largest of its kind in the world – has delivered massive savings for the local authority. Since 2010 it has reduced the local authority’s street lighting energy consumption by 21GW/hr per annum. This equates to a reduction of 41% - or enough electricity to power 3,500 homes for a year.