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Mr Tony Small

Principal Energy and Mechanical Engineer

One of the University's growing number of Sustainability Enthusiasts. Find out more about the initiative here.

The Mechanical and Energy Team is responsible for specifying, developing and overseeing the utilities infrastructure.

The team has to balance the requirements of reducing energy and utilities consumption in line with agreed (legal and best practice) targets, while providing a suitable environment for University activities to be undertaken.

The responsibilities for the team fall into the following areas:

- Legislative Compliance: Legionella, Part L, Energy Performance Certificates, Inspection and Monitoring, and CRC Reporting.

- Best Practice: Utilities Efficiency, Purchasing/Metering and Reporting, Guidance and Advice.

- Ongoing Improvements: New Technologies, Renewables, LZC, Funding Opportunities.

Division: 
Professional Support Services
Sustainability enthusiast?: 
Yes
Interdisciplinary themes: 
Energy
Environment

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Mechanical Engineering and Energy Team

The M&E Team is responsible for specifying, developing and overseeing the utilities infrastructure.

The team has to balance the requirements of reducing energy and utilities consumption in line with agreed (legal and best practice) targets, while providing a suitable environment for University activities to be undertaken.

The responsibilities for the team fall into the following areas:

Keywords: 
Estates, Engineering