Oil profits up again but you can still cut and save on your central heating fuel costs
Shell and BP have both announced colossal profits but seem slow to reduce fuel prices. Shell’s chief executive Peter Voser gave growth in production and exploration of new oil fields as reasons for the company raising its profits for the first quarter to $4.9bn, almost 50% up on the same time last year. However, homes and businesses worried about sky-high fuel costs must know about HeatingSave, where savings of a quarter from your central heating bill are easily achievable.
BP reported profits of $5.6bn for the first three months of 2010, up from $2.4bn in the same period last year. Oil price rises on the international markets have played their part in these figures. There is no end in sight to high prices but to make up for this, HeatingSave’s internal microprocessor constantly calculates and improves the efficiency and savings of your central heating system.
Using HeatingSave, choose the room temperature and the hot water you want, and when, and HeatingSave does the rest. It gives comfort, energy savings and peace of mind from day one. You can change a room temperature requirement many times a day or even ask the system to automatically a room temperature depending on how hot it is outside, giving you 100% control of the heating you require.
Traditional time clocks set the heating to come on at a particular time. Most are a 24 hour clock and cannot vary the times throughout the week, wasting fuel at weekends. Even a 7-day clock cannot cater for holidays or periods when the building is empty – ideal for a business premises.