Majestic Securities

 

 

 

Majestic Securities are an energy and utilities specialist group. We combine technology with consultancy to help organisations use resources more intelligently.

Through our companies, Monarch Partnership, EIC, ESS, Smith Bellerby, Welcome Energy and t-mac, we provide a wide range of energy procurement, bureau services, carbon compliance, intelligent building management and tenant billing services to the public and private sectors.

 

                   

 

 

Products

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EnergyProcurement
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• Fixed & flexible contracts
• Fully OJEU compliant
• Green energy
• Self-generated renewable energy
BureauServices
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• Bill validation
• Smart asset management
• Online reporting
Water & WasteManagement
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• Audit & review
• Procurement
• Bill validation
CarbonCompliance
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• ESOS, SECR, MEES, CCAS
• ISO 14001 & 50001
• Carbon management plans
Communal & District Heat Networks
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• Metering & data collection
• Tenant billings
IntelligentManagement Solutions
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• Audit & review
• Procurement
• Bill validation
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"Building thriving communities"

Majestic are pleased to announce that Habitat for Humanity will be the new charity partner for our group.

News &

Insights

GREENWASHING
GREENWASHING
Whats is it and why should businesses avoid it?
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As the world shifts towards a more sustainable future, businesses must be wary of accidental ‘greenwashing’.
TCFD
TCFD
How will the TCFD impact social housing?
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The UK will be the first country to make the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) mandatory.
ENERGY CERTIFICATES
ENERGY CERTIFICATES
5 hidden benefits
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Display Energy Certificates (DECs) are mandatory for all public buildings and are often seen as just another tiresome piece of legislation.
IoT
IoT
How is IoT changing the future of retail?
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As countries around the world start to find their feet again post-Covid, governments are beginning to put in place recovery strategies.