Energy price uncertainty has negative effects on energy efficiency investments, says report
Energy efficiency systems are adversely affected by a higher level of uncertainty as far as energy prices are concerned, while higher prices of energy and CO2 emission allowances would actually benefit such investments, a recent study revealed.
HeatingSave – saving your business money over the Easter bank holiday
The Easter bank holiday is only a couple of weeks away, and since weather forecasts for the end of March are not particularly positive, it’s likely that most thermostats across office buildings in the UK will remain set at a fairly high temperature.
Save money and go wireless with HeatingSave and Zig 2.4 Mhz wireless mesh network
One of the most important steps in the successful deployment of a HeatingSave system is a thorough site survey, in order to determine the best possible installation solutions for the respective building.
Soaring energy bills push up UK inflation
The rising cost of energy is to blame for a severe increase in UK inflation over the course of February, a recent report by the Office for National Statistics reveals.
UK gas wholesale prices record 50% ‘super-spike’
UK gas wholesale prices have just jumped up 50% after the pipeline pumping gas between Britain and Belgium shut down unexpectedly due to a technical fault, a news report reveals.
HeatingSave joins the Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES)
The Building & Engineering Services Association, the UK’s leading trade association for building services engineering contractors, welcomed HeatingSave as an affiliate member, in recognition of our technical and commercial expertise, but also commitment to customer satisfaction.
Attain complete control over energy bills with HeatingSave
A good level of control over one’s energy-related expenses represents an important cost-management measure, and this is where HeatingSave can really help businesses further cut their costs.
HeatingSave to help businesses avert the negative effects of carbon price floor tax
A new tax on the emissions of power companies, called the carbon price floor, is set to hit the largest energy consumers quite hard, translating into increased electricity prices over the next couple of years, a news report reveals.