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Trespass and Vickers slash energy costs to a minimum
Trespass, a brand renowned for its excellence in outdoor clothing is estimated to reduce energy costs by up to £12,000 a year by using Vickers energy efficient technology.
The Glasgow based blue-chip company recently had a Vickers energy management system installed to take control of the 12 Powrmatic warm heaters and the 10 Reznor warm heaters in their 200,000 sq. ft. warehouse.
Vickers pledged that their new installation will be a money saving investment for Trespass, by reducing energy consumption by up to 28%, resulting in impressive savings of £12,000 a year. The system will also help the environment by dramatically reducing their carbon emissions by 69 tonnes a year.
Vickers EMS award winning system monitors and regulates temperature throughout a building using the latest digital sensing equipment. It ensures every area of the operation is always at the right temperature.
This new relationship with Trespass demonstrates the commitment of Vickers in helping companies reduce energy costs to create a sustainable and eco-friendly way of managing day-to-day business.
Trespass is a privately owned sportswear brand with 120 retail stores in the UK and various flagship stores across the world.
David Hilton, Managing Director at Vickers, commented: “We are delighted to announce a new partnership with Trespass to help increase their energy savings. By achieving energy consumptions reductions by more than 40% on a consistent basis, our commitment to saving money for companies is paramount.
“Trespass’ warehouse and distribution facility is based in Glasgow, where the climate is typically cooler. As a result, our energy management system will be an instrumental way of saving Trespass thousands of pounds on an annual basis. It is always gratifying to work with like-minded people who have a commitment to energy reduction and we are pleased this can go hand in hand with commercial benefits too, which helps both our customers, and our customers’
Trespass Financial Controller, Graham Hancock said: “We wanted to reduce our energy costs and the Vickers energy management system offers us just that. The system was installed by Vickers engineers with minimum disruption to our day-to-day work.”