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Building Fabric Insulation
By adding or increasing building fabric insulation to current building regulatory standards we are able to significantly reduce cost and improve energy efficiency.
Solar Panels (PV)
Due to recent technological advances in solar (PV) an increasing amount of individuals and organisations are now using Photovoltaic (PV) panels as a way to reduce their energy bills and future proof themselves against rising energy bills.
More homes and businesses are using battery storage as a way to store energy generated by solar PV panels for use at a later time, mainly when the sun is no longer shining, rather than buying electricity from the grid. For home owners on a 'time-of-use tariff' such as Economy 7, you could charge on the battery on the cheaper overnight tariff saving you more money on your energy bills.
Energy Management System
By installing an Energy Management System and integrating it with your Building Management System (BMS) to create a Building Energy Management System (BEMS) you can automate the monitoring and control of your buildings Lighting, Energy Usage and HVAC system with the aim of reducing carbon and saving money on your energy bills. .
Energy Efficient Lighting
Installing energy efficient lighting systems is one of the best ways to see huge energy efficiency and cost savings, with as little as 18 months payback. In some cases you will see as much as 90% savings with an LED equivalent light. Factor in the low ongoing maintenance costs and you'll quickly see its a 'no brainer'.
High Efficiency Boilers
Modern boilers are much more efficient than boilers manufactured as recent as 8 years ago, meaning you can make considerable energy and cost savings by making the switch. By adding a Smart Thermostat and Smart Radiator Valves you will also be able to control your heating via your smartphone or table, so you can save even more money and never have to come home to a cold house again.