HeatingSave launches FairUsage at Ecobuild 2012
HeatingSave joined more than 1,500 exhibitors at Ecobuild, which is the world’s biggest event for sustainable design, construction and the built environment. This year it was held at the ExCel Exhibition Centre in London’s Docklands from Tuesday 20th March to Thursday 22nd March 2012.
Ecobuild, the UK’s largest construction event of any kind, hosted a free conference that discussed issues such as how to build energy efficient homes and businesses whilst reducing the cost of energy; be it heating or cooling.
At the show, there were also dozens of attractions and live demonstrations including HeatingSave’s revolutionary, low-cost Building Energy Management System which typically saves 20% to 30%+ off the energy a building uses. Our controller – which replaces the central heating time-clock or BMS system – has within it a heat loss algorithm which learns and constantly refines the heat loss profile of each heating zone within a property, so that it uses the least amount of energy.
HeatingSave also launched its new building energy management system for electrically heated dwellings, called FairUsage. This is designed as a retrofit to existing heating systems or for new builds and is designed to change the behavioural attitude of tenants to their use of energy.
More than 130 free seminars by renowned speakers on topics such as improving the energy efficiency of buildings and solar panels were at Ecobuild, with some of the speakers directing the audience to the HeatingSave stand so that they could see first hand as to what could be done and how it works.
Nigel Smith, Chairman of Tensor plc, the parent company of HeatingSave, said: “HeatingSave is way ahead of other building controls companies and at the forefront of building energy efficiency technology. At the stand we demonstrated our occupancy management system, heat-loss profiling and advanced PC, web-based software and mobile 3G products that enable the building user to better manage their energy consumption and cut their fuel bills – even when on the move.”
More information on the event can be found at www.ecobuild.co.uk/