Save 25% plus on central heating and fight energy tariff rises
A price comparison website has urged consumers to switch to fixed fuel tariffs after warnings came of another round of price rises; however installing HeatingSave is a wiser move to save money. Joe Malinowksi from price comparison website theenergyshop.com said regarding Ovo Energy increasing an online tariff by £72 a year: “Although Ovo is a small player, this price rise is significant because it was partly Ovo and First Utility (another small energy company) that were driving other companies’ prices down.”
He continued: “Fixed energy tariffs are currently being offered at a big discount to standard energy prices, and this is likely to change soon. There is a good chance that discounted tariffs, which include fixed-rate tariffs and online tariffs, are going to go up soon as there is now much less of a margin between those prices and wholesale prices (than on standard tariffs).”
Replacing your central heating clock with a HeatingSave energy and boiler management controller is the quickest way of beating those tariff rises and saving on energy costs, often paying for itself in less than a year but almost always in less than 3 years. HeatingSave constantly calculates, improves and adjusts the efficiency of your central heating system only using the boiler when really necessary. It does clever things like turning on the pump to move spare heat from one part of the building to another and also automatically changes a room set point temperature depending on the outside temperature. All of this mean that a net saving of 20% to 30%+ on fuel and energy savings easily achievable.
Carbon Trust loans are available (£3,000 to £200,000) for businesses to purchase the Small Business version of HeatingSave so land as you have fewer than 250 people, and have a £35million turnover or less.