Warming up to a new routine

Architecture, Design & Innovation

Sean Green, Senior Product Manager for Baxi Commercial, whose brand names include Andrews Water Heaters, Potterton Commercial and Baxi-SenerTec UK, considers the energy saving choices open to leisure and recreational establishments in an age of increasing heating bills.

Exercising Control

As energy bills rise, the operators of communal buildings such as sports or leisure facilities will be concerned to take whatever steps are possible to reduce energy costs. A main concern will be the building services systems, which may well account for half of a building energy demand. The first and perhaps easiest action will be to ensure that energy using equipment is only switched on and drawing power when actually needed. Once this is done, facility managers will need to turn their attention to the considerable degree to which they are able to influence the provision and best use of the power on which building services systems rely.

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