Fuel savings for buildings with variable occupancy detectors can reach 20 per cent
The Government has announced big changes in the way Britain organises its electricity production partly in a bid to cut high fuel bills. It will offer generating companies long-term contracts at fixed prices to produce low-carbon power – in other words, from renewable sources and nuclear installations. The programme will put about £160 per year on to the average energy bill by 2030, compared to £200 without the changes.
Why wait until decades hence, when you can lower your fuel bills by 20 to 30 per cent within a year? Adding a HeatingSave state-of-the-art microprocessor controller to your boiler and central heating set-up will cut energy waste and reduce your bills, whether for homes or businesses. Connect our infra-red occupancy detectors to the HeatingSave controller and the heating will automatically turn itself down when nobody is in the room but automatically turn up the heating when anyone arrives and needs it. Fuel savings for buildings with variable occupancy can be in excess of 20%.