Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning

Improving the energy efficiency of your organisation’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), hot water and boilers can result in total energy savings of well over 50%.


Heating and hot water can account for 60% of your total energy use. By ensuring that efficient heating systems are specified, operated and maintained the potential savings can be substantial.


Good ventilation is essential – it gives you fresh air and also helps protect a building against damp and condensation. Unnecessary ventilation can waste energy and cost you a lot of money. For example, ventilation accounts for around 30% of heat loss in most commercial buildings (an estimated 25% in industrial buildings).

Air conditioning

Air conditioning can use a huge amount of energy. In fact, air conditioning can increase a building’s energy consumption and associated carbon emissions by up to 100%.

Even though air conditioning can use lots of energy, lots of organisations choose to use it – not least because of the extra heat generated by increasing use of IT equipment.

Luckily, there are some simple, low-cost ways to save energy and make your air conditioning system more efficient.

More details coming very soon, or CONTACT US to discuss opportunities to save your business substantial HVAC energy costs.