£200,000 energy savings for University Technical College Swindon
UTC Swindon is a renowned STEM college located in Swindon. The college building mainly comprises of staff offices and lecture rooms that are spread over two floors. The building also has engineering workshops that are used for practicing science, technology and engineering. In addition, the college is equipped with heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system and renewable energy in the form of solar photovoltaic (PV).
43% Energy Savings (verified IPMVP)
£229k Guaranteed Savings (over life of contract)
237 Tonnes carbon savings
A Long term energy reduction strategy featuring energy monitoring, LED lighting, motor optimisation and base load reduction will deliver more than £200k savings in energy costs and 237 tonnes in carbon emissions for UTC Swindon.
ENERGY REDUCTION AND CARBON MANAGEMENT IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR
SMARTech energy have made reducing energy consumption and going green very simple.
Energy Efficiency as a Service (EEaaS) is the CapEx Free solution to implementing an energy reduction programme.
EEaaS is where the energy savings pay for the installation and maintenance of low-carbon technology products – enabling organisations to cut energy costs, reduce carbon emissions and improve sustainability with no upfront costs, leasing or risk.
UPGRADING TO LOW CARBON TECHNOLOGIES
SMARTech energy partnered with UTC Swindon to create a bespoke energy reduction strategy as part of their 10 year plan to reduce costs, cut carbon emissions and save on energy consumption through the EEaaS Programme.
SMARTech energy installed energy monitoring across the sites to identify the most appropriate low carbon technologies.
As a specialist supplier and installer of more than 33 energy saving technologies, the tech stack identified for UTC was identified as:
The upgrades to energy efficient technologies are expected to save UTC more than £229,000 in energy costs and more than 237 tonnes in carbon emissions over the next 10 years.
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