Find out more about how we can reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions in the emergency services sector by taking control of air conditioning systems, lighting and heating in unoccupied spaces.
The public sector - and specifically the emergency services - operates from a diverse range of buildings, spaces and facilities. Whether it's an office, a vehicle depot, a storeroom or a rest area, the chances are energy is being wasted. The good news is, our British designed and manufactured air conditioning and lighting control technologies are proven to deliver quick wins, maximum savings and even enhance staff comfort.
According to the Carbon Trust, the energy consumed by air conditioning systems is expected to double by 2020. Added to that, on average, 20% of electricity costs are associated with lighting. With public sector budgets as pressured as they are, it's important to identify and eliminate energy wastage. What's needed is a way to take control of energy use in unoccupied rooms and zones.
At Climateq, we have proven that that the emergency services can cut 34% off air conditioning running costs by implementing simple efficiency measures such as our control based solutions. Our technologies offer an easy way to reduce energy waste in unoccupied offices and common areas. Of course, this doesn't just contribute to the bottom line; retrofit energy efficiency measures are also proven to improve the overall building ambience.
Matteo Littera, Energy Manager - University of Salford
Chris Coughlan, Construction Manager – Energy Performance, British Gas Business
Andrew Johnson – Energy Manager, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
Alfonso Martins - Technical Director, ElectroRep, Portugal
Mike Wilkinson – Energy Manager, Morecombe Bay Hospital
Dave Green - Property owner, Costa Blanca
James King – Energy Manager, Bristol Council
Adrian Bonfield – Branch Manager, Adcock Air Conditioning