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In most commercial environments, replacing incandescent or fluorescent bulbs with LED lighting can offer an energy saving opportunity of 50% or more. This single act can reduce an organisations energy bill by hundreds of thousands of pounds a year, as well as significantly reduce their carbon footprint.>
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is the simultaneous production of electricity and hot water from a single, local generator. The heat produced in the generation of electricity is captured and used to provide hot water at no extra cost. CHP offers energy savings of approximately 40%.>
Biomass boilers are a carbon-neutral, renewable energy generation technology which burns wood chips, pellets or logs to generate heat and hot water. Biomass boilers are extremely efficient, offering savings of between 30% and 50%.>
Enistic has been providing energy management solutions to some of the worlds largest brands since 2009. Our background in sub metering solutions and ESOS assessment has helped to identify millions of pounds of energy savings opportunities for hundreds of businesses.
Many companies are unable to realise these significant energy savings due to the capital expenditure required, that is why Enistic has launched the Enistic Green Technologies fund. We can fund and project manage the installation of a variety of energy saving technologies for free, and share the cost savings with our customers. It is a no cost, no risk model designed to make it as easy as possible for our clients to benefit from reduced energy bills.
Richard Rattenbury, Facilities Manager of Bradford and Bingley first discovered Energy Guardian after a referral from Facilities Management company Sodexo.>
Gateway primary school is a community school in Marylebone, London with an Ofsted grade of excellent. It has a total of 692 pupils within the age range of 3-11 years.>
Greggs is the leading bakery food-on-the-go retailer in the UK. They can be found on the UK’s high streets, local shopping parades, and, increasingly, retail, industrial and business parks.>
Energy efficiency is rapidly becoming a key data centre issue. The more energy efficient the data centre, the lower the on-going operating costs for facilities’ users.>
Energy monitoring at a well-known High Street restaurant chain to:>
IBM chose to conduct a project over the course of 3½ months to evaluate how effectively a technology solution could increase staff engagement with energy saving policies, and reduce energy consumption in the workplace.>