PRLog (Press Release)
- Aug. 28, 2011 -
Businesses all over the UK, large and small, are increasingly aware of their carbon footprint, not least because of the government’s CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme. While the scheme currently only applies to organisations which consume more than 6,000 MWh of electricity per year (which equates to around a £500k annual spend), smaller companies could be asked to make a similar energy efficiency commitment in the near future. The answer is an energy audit from Ecoadapt (http://www.ecoadapt.co.uk/
The UK government’s drive to ensure companies make a carbon reduction commitment is making organisations up and down the country more aware of the environmental impact of their operations. Quite where to start when it comes to carbon reduction is another matter, however. One of the simplest and most accurate ways for a company to assess its environmental impact is to arrange for an energy audit from the voltage optimisation experts at Ecoadapt.
No matter whether you’re a small business or a multi-national, Ecoadapt can carry out a comprehensive site survey on your premises to accurately assess your organisation’
s use of energy. The Ecoadapt team of surveyors work closely with the company representatives to gain an understanding of their operations and energy requirements. Their trained energy engineers ascertain where energy waste is occurring and based on this information draw up a detailed plan of the necessary steps needed to make essential energy savings.
Ecoadapt harness the very latest state-of-the-
art technology during the energy audit in order to analyse the electrical conditions specific to that particular company. This varies widely from firm to firm, especially companies of differing sizes. Ecoadapt is highly experienced in carrying out audits on all types and sizes of businesses and can advise on best practice in order to meet the carbon reduction commitment. Ecoadapt can then design the energy saving solution that is right for the organisation, installing voltage regulators which can reduce electric costs and energy consumption significantly. Find out more at http://www.ecoadapt.co.uk/