Business Case Studies
HeatingSave Controls Complex Heating Systems at Formby United Reformed Church
Formby United Reformed Church is located in the North West of England, in Formby, between Liverpool and Southport. Established back in 1881, the church’s premises have undergone multiple transformations over the years. The current Church Building was finished in 1938 and a suite of halls was added in 1972.
Wrekin College chooses HeatingSave for lower bills, extensive heating control
Wrekin College is a co-educational independent school located in Wellington, Shropshire, UK.
St Gregory the Great Catholic School slashes energy bills with HeatingSave
St Gregory the Great Catholic School is a voluntary-aided comprehensive secondary school with academy status in Cowley, Oxford, within Oxfordshire LEA, and is a specialises in Music.
Shoeburyness fire station fights high gas bills
Shoeburyness fire station is a Retained Fire Station and part of Essex County Fire and Rescue Service. Like many fire stations, it is expensive to heat, so around three years ago the brigade thought of installing a boiler and energy management system to cut heating costs.
Burgoyne Middle School gets in-depth heating control, lower gas bills with HeatingSave
Burgoyne Middle School is a Community Secondary School establishment in Central Bedfordshire for 9 – 13 year old pupils. The school touts modern, well maintained buildings, grounds and facilities and takes on 206 pupils at any given moment, as well as 35 permanent members of staff.
Knauf Insulation Selects HeatingSave as Mission Critical Energy & Environmental Monitoring System
Knauf Insulation with more than 30 years of experience in the insulation industry represents one of the fastest growing and most respected names in insulation worldwide. The company is part of the Knauf Group, a family-owned multi-national manufacturer of building materials and construction systems, established in 1932.
Brookvale High School saves money and cuts bills with HeatingSave
Brookvale High School accommodates up to 650 students aged 11 to 14, accompanied by a total of 100 staff members, in its modern and spacious campus located on the outskirts of Groby village, in Leicestershire.
University of Salford Uses HeatingSave Building Management System
The Smart Heritage Building Performance Measurement for Sustainability (HBIM) project focuses on studying methods for smart energy and environmental performance measurement in heritage buildings, for sustainability and heritage preservation purposes. The University of Salford’s Applied Buildings and Energy Research Group (ABERG) is one of the main partners in this research.