We know how important it is to keep your premises at the right temperature – staff, customers, visitors, patients, students all expect the right conditions. You know that heating & cooling is most likely the largest part of your energy bills (and your carbon footprint). So how can it be cut without compromising comfort?
It’s no longer just about the hardware – boilers, radiators, air handling units. They’re still important, and switching from old boilers to new heat pumps may improve efficiency and local air quality. Modern controls can better match temperatures to occupants’ actual needs – where, when and how warm they need to be. But adding intelligence may also allow heat or cool to be stored from times of low cost to times of high demand.