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How To Combat Latest Energy Price Cap 2023

How To Combat Latest Energy Price Cap 2023

Energy regulator Ofgem has announced the latest energy price cap for the period 1 January to 31 March 2023. This article demonstrates how to combat the latest energy price rise with HeatingSave’s Building Energy Management System.

In the beginning of 2023, the energy price cap will increase to an annual level of £4,279 for an average dual fuel household based on typical energy consumption.

Of course, this is not good news for business owners and homeowners right across the UK - and looking for ways to reduce energy costs will now be at the top of everyone's Christmas lists.

Thankfully, we are here to make all of those Christmas wishes come true. HeatingSave’s Building Energy Management System (BEMS), on the Government’s Energy Technology Lists, can reduce any organisation's heating and energy bills by 20-to-50%+, simply by better managing energy usage and optimising energy consumption.

How a Building Energy Management System combats energy prices

HeatingSave’s Building Energy Management System benefits a wide range of people, industries, and organisations. From small, medium, and large businesses, to large stately homes and other multi-room functions, HeatingSave’s BEMS has the ability to reduce energy costs up to 50%... and here’s how.

Our Energy Management System features

Our Building Energy Management System is made up of many different energy saving methods that all result in the same thing; cheaper energy bills.

These include a smart Room Booking System, Mobile Heating app, heat-loss algorithms, Thermostatic Radiator Valves, and Occupancy Sensors (to name a few). Below, you will discover how each energy saving feature contributes to saving businesses, organisations and large homes vast amounts of money on heating and energy bills.

Room Booking System

Integrating the HeatingSave Room Booking System into a heating diary can have huge financial benefits for businesses and organisations that rent, hire out, or have multiple meeting rooms. A Room Booking System ensures that rooms can be set at a desired temperature for when each booking takes place and that the heating does not stay on for the entire duration of the working day.

Mobile Heating App

Our Mobile Heating App puts users in control of their heating from anywhere on the map. The Mobile Heating App only requires a desktop computer, laptop, or smartphone to be used, giving users the ability to control their heating anytime, anywhere.

Heat-loss algorithms

HeatingSave’s BEMS automatically adjusts the boiler temperature flow to radiators using heat-loss algorithms. Using heat-loss algorithms minimises wasted energy by never allowing rooms/buildings to be overheated.

Occupancy Detection

Occupancy detection essentially uses occupancy sensors to detect if someone is present in the room or not. After a while, if there is no movement detected then the heating is automatically turned down, and then down again if there is still no movement detected - a huge money-saver.

Thermostatic Radiator Valves

Organisations with a large number of rooms, used at varied times throughout each day, such as office spaces, hotels, and hospitals, are almost guaranteed to reduce energy consumption using a Thermostatic Radiator Valve (TRV). HeatingSave’s wired/wireless TRVs allow users to control the heating in rooms individually rather than the entire building all at once.

Case Study

HeatingSave Reduce Energy Costs by 45% for AH Garner

HeatingSave Reduce Energy Costs by 45% for AH Garner

Want to know more? Get in touch with a member of the HeatingSave team today, and learn how our Building Energy Management System can combat the rise in energy prices for your business or home today.

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