Penwith Housing Association
67 Morrab Road Penzance Cornwall TR18 2QJ
PHA manages 6,000 rented homes across Cornwall*. We support our communities by providing affordable housing, working closely with residents, councils and funding agencies to make a difference to homes, places and lives.We are part of the Devon & Cornwall Housing Group
, which manages 17,000 properties throughout Cornwall and Devon.
t-mac is a remotely accessible energy management system providing real-time mains and sub-metering data as well as environmental monitoring. The system enables businesses to analyse, identify and interpret energy inefficiencies onsite. Through the added option of ‘controls with t-mac’, the device provides businesses with a holistic energy management package allowing them to ‘act-on’ energy inefficiencies by controlling equipment and building performance.
t-mac Technologies Limited
Phone: +44 (0) 1246 233632
Fax: +44 (0) 1246 201193
Will Cragg FIAgrE CEI(Eng Tech)
Lambert House Farm
Bill Cragg is a Fellow of the Institute of Agricultural Engineers who operates his own farm, which he inherited from his father, near Grantham, Lincolnshire. Bill’s family have farmed this area for many generations. He has vast experience in all aspects of farming gained both from the family business and almost thirty years with East Midlands Electricity Board, where he was the Agricultural Engineer. In his early career he spent time as an engineer with Anglian Water which gave him extensive knowledge of the water supply industry. He has used this experience to provide advice and solutions to the farming community throughout the United Kingdom. He now works as a freelance agricultural engineer.
The Environmental Technology Centre, University of Nottingham
The Environmental Technology Centre (ETC) was founded in 2000 specifically to help small and medium sized businesses to make improvements through the adoption of more efficient use of resources, environmentally friendly working practises and the use of cleaner and more sustainable technologies.