WICKED‘s partners include energy suppliers; retail property owners, landlords, and tenants; and energy advice companies. We welcome interest from additional stakeholders. Contact us to get involved at: email@example.com.
SSE Enterprise is the second largest energy supplier in the UK. In addition to electricity and gas supplies, SSE provides UK businesses of all sizes with services such as mechanical and electrical contracting, multi utility network installation and maintenance, telecommunication connectivity solutions, and data centres.
CO2 Estates software products deliver improvement analysis to determine retrofit strategies for mitigating risk and improving financial performance of commercial real estate.
The Major Energy Users’ Council acts as an independent information clearinghouse for its subscribers and is also Europe’s leading energy network and lobby group. In 2013, the MEUC initiated the ‘Saving Energy Through People’ (SETP) programme, which helps large energy users co-develop energy, behavior, and staff engagement strategies with a goal of reducing energy demand by 5-10% within 12 months.
Oxfordshire Business First is a not-for-profit organisation set up to promote entrepreneurship and innovation in Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire Business First aims to stimulate business growth and address the issues that may be stifling economic development in Oxfordshire.
Pilio designs energy analytic software, agile energy data collection and tailored energy saving programmes for businesses and households to use energy intelligently.
Based in Richmond, West London, with representative offices in the US, Singapore and Australia, Retail Insight combines its industry expertise with world-leading analytical capability to solve complex business problems and drive commercial performance improvement for both sides of the retail chain: suppliers and retailers themselves.
The Westminster Sustainable Business Forum (WSBF) is a coalition of key UK businesses, government agencies, and parliamentarians. It is a non-profit organisation that promotes effective sustainability policy in the UK. In December 2013, WSBF and Carbon Connect published a new report: “Building Efficiency: Reducing energy demand in the commercial sector.” Co-Chaired by Lord Whitty (Lab) and Oliver Colvile MP (Con), the report investigates ways of increasing the take up of energy efficiency measures in the commercial sector. WICKED co-investigator Dr Kathryn Janda served on the steering committee for this report.