Many waste energy, producing higher than necessary energy bills and carbon emissions.

So why is improving the energy efficiency of these buildings important?

  • Financial savings – buildings that operate more efficiently have a reduced energy demand. That means lower operating costs.
  • Reduced carbon footprint – by generating less energy, the buildings emit fewer greenhouse gases. That means improved environmental performance.
  • Environmental legislation – organisations operating in energy-efficient buildings will find it easier to comply with the tightening environmental regulations. That means improved productivity.
  • Sustainable credentials – environmentally-responsible organisations gain a reputation for ethical operation. That means enhanced profitability.
  • Increased security – reducing energy demand helps protect UK energy security. That means more resources for future generations.