Energy-efficient home saves £4,000 a year on bills, claims retired engineer

Making one’s home as energy efficient as possible is something everyone should strive to achieve, especially taking into account the fact that prices for gas and electricity are going nowhere but up.

One of the best examples of the savings an energy-efficient home is able to generate comes from Mr. Harold Armitage, a retired energy-efficiency engineer, who manages to save an impressive £4,000 as a result of reduced energy bills and income from the feed-in tariffs on the solar PV panels.

Mr Armitage’s Herefordshire home packs such features as quadruple glazing, extensive insulation, solar water heating and solar PV panels, as well as a wood-burning stove, water saving devices and an air-to-air heat pump.

However, not everyone’s an energy efficiency expert able to fully tweak their own home, and this is exactly where HeatingSave comes into play.

The HeatingSave solution will help you make some pretty impressive long-term savings (between 20 and 30 percent) on your bills by optimizing the energy consumption levels around your home.  

Using dedicated hardware, high-sensitivity sensors and probes, as well as an advanced algorithm for computing heating loss in various zones, HeatingSave’s Building Energy Management System manages to completely automate the heating pattern around your home, offering the same level of comfort, while in the same time drastically reducing consumption.

Moreover, HeatingSave also incorporates Energy & Alert Monitoring system providing a comprehensive overview of your energy spending, not to mention a special module for accounting the electricity generated and the cash earned from Solar PV systems.

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