Reduce your carbon emissions by a third with building energy management system
This week the International Energy Agency (IEA) revealed carbon dioxide emissions hit a record high last year. “Energy-related carbon-dioxide (CO2) emissions in 2010 were the highest in history, according to the latest estimates,” the IEA said in a statement. Emissions are estimated to have climbed to a record five percent jump from the previous record year in 2008, when levels reached 29.3 gigatonnes, the IEA added.
The HeatingSave Building Energy Management System (BEMS) is approved by the Energy Saving Trust to reduce your building’s CO2 emissions by about one-third. Normal central heating time clocks turn on the central heating the same time every day irrespective of the outside weather conditions or the heat loss profile of the heating zone or building. HeatingSave calculates the heat loss profile of your specific building using the current outside and inside temperature to work out the absolute latest time to switch on the boiler for the rooms to be warm for when you want them, thus cutting your building’s energy use and carbon emissions.