An estimated 1,200GW of energy is being wasted in our air conditioning equipment. The equivalent towards carbon reduction and cost savings can hugely benefit companies who take action to test their own systems.
Research from the Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (IGSD) calculated that even with increased usage after changes to systems and set-up, there is a massive environmental saving to be had – and luckily, we have the buildings management system (BMS) experts to tell you how.
kWh = £ savings
With a typical unit cost for electricity of £0.09/kWh against the 1,200GW, we are wasting the equivalent of £108 million! With increasing energy bills and the threat of winter black-outs from demand outstripping supply, we all need to do something to protect the energy supplies we have taken for granted – simply turning up (or down in the summer) the air conditioning may soon be a luxury we do not have.
Energy saving report
The changes that will give the biggest return on energy come from expert advice, monitoring and control of energy. ecosurety has a variety of experts in differing fields of business – naturally, each sector has slightly different needs and a one size fits all approach is likely to miss key opportunities that a specialist will spot.
Our ESOS support focuses on the long term investment opportunity that will deliver savings year on year rather than short term savings off the bottom line that don’t actually deliver strategic advantage. After all, there is no point in pouring time and money down the drain to simply tick a compliance box.
Going beyond ESOS
The support we have available with BMS improvements can make savings even where you have the latest technology – behavioural and set-up changes are the key to longer term changes, and with our energy experts we have the support, materials and expertise to help you choose which of the report recommendation can be implemented after your ESOS submission is completed. From then on, you stop wasting energy.
Our next ESOS webinar can tell you more about what you need to do to comply, and how our BMS experts can help you reduce the cost of running your business. Register now for our next live ESOS webinar or give our ESOS experts a call on 0845 094 2228 for more information.
Mark manages the technical and regulatory development at Ecosurety, working closely with numerous policy makers, stakeholders and government departments. His valued contributions and experience have been well refined over the last decade of working within environmental compliance.
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