Lessons from London in 21st Century Building Design

Posted by Ian Hopkins on 21-Jun-2016 14:19:32

How to cut your bills and your carbon footprint while increasing customer numbers and profits

Takeaways:

  • Energy prices are rising and you have a heat-hungry business.
  • Cutting back should be a priority – a 20% reduction can represent the same bottom line benefit as a 5% increase in sales.
  • Your carbon footprint will also improve – attracting new customers and future-proofing your business for any new green regulations.
  • Changes can be simple and low-cost, or require investment in energy saving technology. For those with large heat requirements, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) offers the most significant single opportunity to reduce energy demand, according to the UK Government.

It’s make or break for businesses in the hospitality and leisure industry as bills continue to rise. Discover why Combined Heat and Power (CHP) holds the keys to unlocking sustainability going forward. Download How to create and implement an energy plan in hospitality & leisure.

Building for the Future

Topics: Building Design

Ian Hopkins

Ian Hopkins is a technical sales professional and business leader with more than 15 years’ experience in delivering energy efficiency projects and strategy in Europe and the United States. Ian currently heads up the Sales and Marketing function as one of the board directors at ENER-G Combined Power Ltd.