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Security Services: CCTV

Security Services: CCTV

CCTV is a great addition to any business; it offers a range of benefits without an extortionate price tag. Cameras are installed into your premise and signals are transmitted to recording devices and monitors. Advancements with security technology mean that many CCTV solutions now offer...
Virtual Power Plant: The Tesla Energy Plan

Virtual Power Plant: The Tesla Energy Plan

Exciting changes have been made to the Tesla Energy Plan! If you’re not familiar with the Tesla Energy Plan, Tesla partnered with Octopus Energy to provide exclusive energy rates. The plan aims to get people to switch to 100% renewable energy and this exclusive deal can reduce the average UK electricity bill by up to 75%...

The Battery Boom: Energy Storage

The Battery Boom: Energy Storage

The Coronavirus pandemic presented a range of installation challenges throughout the renewable energy sector. Many renewable energy solutions saw a sharp drop in sales with battery storage experiencing a 17% drop. Battery storage solutions are expected to...
Security Services

Security Services

Here at UCS Technologies, we offer a range of services including security solutions such as CCTV, access controls & more.

Access controls are a straightforward way to secure your office and control who has access to...

V2G: Businesses & Electric Vehicles

V2G: Businesses & Electric Vehicles

As an electric vehicle enthusiast, you may already know what V1G is. If not keep reading to find out how V1G is upgrading to become V2G.

VG stands for vehicle to grid and involves key smart charging elements. This includes charging management features to allow electric vehicle owners to...

The Future of Fossil Fuels: UK Fuel Ban

The Future of Fossil Fuels: UK Fuel Ban

The UK Government is expected to announce a series of new clean energy policies, featuring an update to the UK’s fossil fuel vehicle ban. The ban which was expected to come into place in 2040 is estimated to come into force 10 years earlier in 2030 to boost the country’s green, economic COVID-19 recovery and meet net-zero targets...
Expanding Horizons: Our New Office

Expanding Horizons: Our New Office

UCS Technologies have recently acquired a new office in Scotland. The acquisition of the office supported the addition of four new engineers and a subcontractor to our fleet.

The new satellite office will act as...

The Road to Recovery: Low Carbon Futures

The Road to Recovery: Low Carbon Futures

A recent report released by Carbon Trust analysed 6 different categories: food and drink, fuel, commuting, airlines, electrical stores, and clothing stores to provide data for their report and make up their findings.

The data shows that on an overall scale greenhouse gas emissions are down by 14% compared to...

Green Grid: The Battery Storage Boom

Green Grid: The Battery Storage Boom

Recent years have seen an increased application of battery storage solutions in residential and commercial settings.

One of the most recent commercial projects features the installation of 6 Tesla Megapacks in Dorset. The packs will store green energy and transfer...

E-Wars: Combating Electrical Waste

E-Wars: Combating Electrical Waste

1.45 million tonnes… that’s how much electrical waste that the UK produces each year. Electrical waste is one of the fastest-growing waste streams in the country. A majority goes on to be recycled but a large portion of this waste is simply thrown away...

UK Green Recovery Fund

UK Green Recovery Fund

The UK Government has announced a £350 million ‘recovery fund’ that will be used to cut the country’s carbon emissions and drive economic recovery as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding will be used to help tackle climate change and accelerate the Prime Minister’s goals to reach net-zero by 2050.

The UK is hopeful that...

Green Home Grant 2020

Green Home Grant 2020

July 2020 saw Chancellor Rishi Sunak announce the UK Government’s new ‘Green Homes Scheme’. £2 billion has been set aside to provide homeowners throughout the UK vouchers to put towards the cost of installing energy-saving solutions such as: