Approximately 30% of produced heat escapes through the roof, floor, walls, windows and doors of buildings.  Fabric heat loss can be slowed down by insulating the building - potentially reducing the amount of fuel burned to keep the property warm.


Building fabric insulation improves the efficiency of the building and in addition to short payback periods it also expands the lifetime of your boiler.


Cavity wall insulation- improving the buildings energy rating with insulation is considered one of the most effective energy efficient measures. In addition to save money on your energy bills, it also reduces carbon dioxide emission too. There is also moisture in the air. When moist air hits a colder surface, beads of condensation are formed, which can cause serious damp problems.   After insulation, the interior wall is warmer than the un-insulated cavity walls, therefore it helps to reduce condensation.


Solid wall insulation- solid walls let through twice as much warm air as cavity walls. Good news is, these walls can be insulated too- either internally or externally.


Loft insulation- heat rises and a vast amount of energy is lost through the roof. Insulating this area is a simple and effective way to reduce heating bills. Loft insulation materials can prevent the movement of heated air through the material.


  • No-obligation free survey

  • Full project management of installation

  • Lower operational costs

  • Installers approved by National Insulation Association


Building optimisation

Our specialist experts will help you manage your building in the best way with an individually tailored service package. This ensures you’ll receive the optimum solution.


We analyse your buildings performance on a continuous basis, supporting you through any implemented changes to your building. This is done by monitoring the buildings data using a secure connection from unobtrusive sensors that we install.


  • Full project management of the installation

  • Ongoing monitoring of buildings performance

  • Individually tailored service package

  • Understand and reduce carbon footprint


Valve Jackets

Fitting bespoke, easily removable jackets to the flange and valve metalwork within your boiler room has the capability to reduce heat loss and therefore, save you energy and money. Our case studies have proven that you can achieve a remarkable saving with a rapid payback on investment through the implementation of insulation jackets.


Each un-insulated valve is wasting fuel, so installing insulation jackets will reduce this. 

  • Lower energy costs

  • Installation is quick and non-invasive

  • Full project management of the installation

  • Jackets should last the life-time of the plant

  • Routine checks to ensure quality control

Boiler Optimisation

Smart Controls provide a reduction to your boiler’s fuel consumption by making small reductions to its operating temperature. This is done with almost no noticeable impact on comfort.


The controls will ensure your boiler works at optimum efficiency, and provide real-time information for an accurate firing cycle.


  • Compatible with most boiler systems

  • No maintenance required once installed

  • Installation is quick and non-intrusive

  • Full project management of the installation

  • Energy savings shown on an easy-to-read display

Boiler Room Assessment

Through the assessment we identify which measures could be put in place to reduce fuel costs and increase system efficiency. Designed with older boiler rooms or those which are likely to have an upgrade in the near future in mind, we’ll provide a full report of recommendations to meet your specific requirements, and the appropriate options to fulfil them.


We assess aspects such as the boiler’s performance, current controls and the typical properties within the building and boiler room, to provide an initial survey. Thanks to our industry expertise, we provide a review of options that help to both improve system efficiency and reduce fuel wastage.


  • Full report and survey of performance

  • Review of options and recommendations

  • Full project management of the installation

  • Ideal for older boiler rooms


LED Lighting

You can help reduce the carbon footprint of your building by installing LED lighting in place of existing light fittings. LED Lights have an immediate light output (unlike some other energy saving bulbs) and are dimmable too with no flicker. They operate silently, are recyclable, and by replacing any existing fittings they will dramatically improve the energy efficiency of your business.


There are various ways in which your building can benefit from new lighting technology. A complete overhaul to a new lighting system is regarded as the most effective way to save energy. This includes re-wiring the old lighting structure and replacing the fittings with low energy fixtures. However, if this solution doesn’t fit your requirements, there are other ways in which LED technology can be implemented.

Bulb replacement- an LED bulb replacement can decrease your energy bills. LEDs use up to 90% less energy than incandescent or halogen bulbs.


PIR sensors- it detects the infrared heat that emitted naturally by humans. Installing these sensors alongside with LED fittings are the most efficient way of improving the lighting system. The sensors can be tailored and optimised to suit your building and operation processes to achieve maximum energy saving potential.

  • Long lifespan

  • Reduces carbon footprint

  • Low maintenance costs

  • Savings to electricity costs

  • Full project management of the installation


Solar PV

By generating its own electricity rather than being supplied from the grid, Solar panel electricity systems offer a significant long-term benefit to buildings.


The Panels work when sunlight shines on the cell it creates an electric field across the layers. The power of a cell is measured in kilowatt peak (kWp).

A 4kWp system can generate around 3,800 kilowatt hours of electricity a year – roughly equivalent to a typical household's electricity needs. 

Solar PV is eligible for Feed-in Tariffs and you will earn a tariff for each kWh of electricity generated by your system and for each kWh of electricity you export back to the grid.


  • Significant long-term benefits

  • Sell electricity back to the grid

  • Low maintenance needed



Installing meters in your building provides extremely valuable and accurate information about how/where your energy is consumed . By measuring the way your building currently uses energy, it allows us to identify how key areas could be improved to reduce energy consumption. Once energy efficient measures are implemented you can then see the reduction in energy consumption through the display on the meter, which also aids user awareness of energy use.


Meters and Sub-meters can be installed to monitor individual aspects of your building, or to give an overall analysis.  For example, you can analyse overall energy use from gas, electricity or water, or look at key areas of your building such at Kitchen, Restaurant, Swimming Pool etc. 

Not only does metering allow you to monitor your energy consumption for your own purposes, but can be used in commercial opportunities with Billing and Recharging for Tenant Billing, Sub-let Billing and facilities management. Metering and Reviewing the data, and measuring the energy and water consumption in your building gives you a better understand of which key measures could be implemented  therefore motivating operational improvements and allowing technical insights.


Using Metering can also improve and benefit industry who have to comply with government legislation like Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) and Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). It will help with tracking performance, make it easier for reporting and allow benchmarking.

  • Accurate measuring of energy consumption

  • Full project management of installation

  • Can monitor a full range of energy usage

  • Facilities, carbon and energy management

  • Detects faults and leaks

  • Helps with compliance and energy management

  • Process Control

  • Allows you to understand your energy usage

  • If used correctly will create massive cost savings





Replacing your inefficient boilers are one of the most resourceful option, although it is vital to be cognisant that the latest Building regulations set minimum efficiency standards for new and replacement boiler installations. We recommend to select higher efficiency boilers in order to gain better savings from a more energy efficient heating system.

If boiler replacement seems too costly, or you do not have budget yet for this upgrading, turning down to a lowering set point can potentially reduce your heating bill. Turning down the temperature on your thermostat to the minimum comfortable level can save up to 8% on your fuel consumption.





Ensure that your ventilation is in a decent condition is vital- it supplies fresh air and helps to protect a building against damp and condensation. Ventilation accounts for approximately 30% of heat loss in most commercial buildings. You can prevent wasting energy on unnecessary ventilation with:

  • High efficiency motors

  • Variable speed fans

  • Optimising time settings

Air Conditioning


Despite of air condition systems can use vast amount of energy most of the organisations choose to use it. The reason being that lots of extra heat generated by the increased use of IT equipment.

Fortunately, we have some simple and low cost ways supporting you towards a sustainable environment.


Temperature control- make sure that your air condition does not operate below 23 °C. Also ensure that heating and cooling systems don’t operate at the same time. Open doors and windows also reduce the efficiency of the system, therefore wasting your money.


Variable speed drives- these highly efficient systems ensure you don’t produce more cooling that you need. The drives can vary the output of you air con to meet your needs throughout the day.



Regularly comparing energy tariffs can ensure you’re making the most of your energy spend by paying the best rates. But it’s time consuming, and the options can seem endless. When you have a busy business to run, turning to an energy procurement service provider can deliver both time and cost savings.

Energy procurement services can help identify the ideal energy buying strategy for your business, establishing what you have and what you’re going to need. An extensive comparison of all available contract and supplier options, and the management of the entire process for setting up the new contracts means you can concentrate on what you do best, confident that you’re on the journey to smarter business energy.

Services are wide-ranging and flexible, from a full energy procurement service that looks to ensure businesses are on the best priced package for their energy needs, including any site works that might be needed, to invoice validation where you might be surprised to learn just how often bills can be wrong, or just simple pricing and contracting, we can offer a service for every company, regardless of size and usage. From ensuring the numbers are based on accurate usage data, to guaranteeing the correct VAT rates are being applied, our energy procurement partner services deliver £1000s in savings each year to customers.