Case Study

Dale House, Cushman & Wakefield

Stockport, UK

11.34

FINANCIAL SAVING

$1,704.27 (USD)

CO2 SAVING

4,000 kg

The performance of the EndoTherm energy saving additive was monitored at Dale House in Stockport, United Kingdom. Dale House is a nine storey office building which is home to multiple businesses.

The building is heated by three 115 Remeha boilers, each capable of outputting 111kW. Each floor has 16 double radiators, 144 double radiators in total, and has a total system volume of circa 3,000 litres.

 

Results

Time Period Usage (kWh) Heating Degree Days (18.5°C) Difference Usage Factor (kWh/HDD)
2013/14 (4 months) 507,239 829.7 611.35
2014/15 (4 months) 489,485 903.1 542.01

 

Savings

Compensated Saving:

11.34%

Total Cash Saving:

$1,704.27 (USD)

Total CO2 Saving:

4,000 kg

 

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