Business Case Studies
Cambridge City Council sheltered housing scheme cuts gas bills with HeatingSave
Whitefriars sheltered housing scheme is two miles from the centre of the city of Cambridge, and is managed by Cambridge City Council. The 20 one-bedroom and two-bedroom flats house older residents and include mobility standard properties. The complex is run by non-resident management staff who are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The scheme is situated so it is within walking distance of local amenities, while Addenbrooke’s hospital and the train station are easily accessible by bus.
The Charlton Manor School Saves Thousands by Using HeatingSave
In June 2009 headmaster, Tim Baker, was investigating how he could improve the efficiency of the school heating system. He compared control systems from suppliers on the Greenwich Preferred List and those of HeatingSave, and decided to install a HeatingSave Enterprise system because “There is nothing like it on the market“.
The Marine Society and Sea Cadets save thousands by installing a HeatingSave system
The Marine Society & Sea Cadets (MSSC), a charity formed in 2004 from a merger of The Marine Society and the Sea Cadet Association, exists to offer seafarers and prospective seafarers a range of services to enhance their well-being and lifestyle. The work of MSSC in support of professional seafarers has evolved over 250 years, reflecting the experiences of the UK´s maritime fortunes.
Elouise Lingerie use HeatingSave
Elouise Lingerie is shop in Buckden, Cambridgeshire selling high-class ladies lingerie, swimwear and nightwear. In 2008 their manager was considering changing their old gas boiler, which was over 10 years old, for a new combi boiler. At the same time she wanted to install a system that turned on the heating only when they needed it.
Tensor plc install a site wide HeatingSave system
Tensor plc design and manufacture smart card and biometric Time & Attendance and Access Control equipment. Their Hail Weston site comprises a number of buildings each with it’s own central heating system. Some of the buildings are used less frequently than others, meaning that the heating was often on when rooms were unoccupied. There is no gas in Hail Weston, so the boilers use kerosene oil, but one boiler is still solid fuel, using anthracite.