Improve your central heating efficiency to cut carbon emissions
Leading nations appear as if they are having second thoughts on tackling global warming a mere six months after the Copenhagen summit. The Australian government has had to delay the introduction of its carbon emissions-trading scheme. The Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) was supposed to be the guiding force behind reducing Australian emissions by 5-25% within the next ten years. But Senate opposition has forced Kevin Rudd’s administration to back down.
Heating a building produces emissions that warm up the planet. Households contribute a sizeable proportion of total global carbon emissions, so you will be doing your bit to save the environment by using a more efficient central heating controller. Help is at hand for homes and businesses in the form of HeatingSave.
More than nine out of ten of traditional central heating systems use a time clock, boiler and room thermostat to control the heating, but this inefficient because it uses technology that is 100 years old. Replacing your central heating clock with a HeatingSave controller can make your central heating work at optimum efficiency and stop wasting energy.
Choose the room temperature and the hot water you want, and when, and HeatingSave does the rest. Its internal computer constantly calculates and improves the efficiency of your central heating system by continually refining its mathematical thermal algorithm, to eliminate carbon wastage as much as possible. HeatingSave is backed by UK government organisations such as the Carbon Trust and is a supplier for London Green500.