Case Study

Harris Museum, Preston Council

Preston, UK
FINANCIAL SAVING

$2,551.97 (USD)

CO2 SAVING

7,090 kg

EndoTherm was trialed by Preston City Council at the Harris Museum. Opened in 1893, the museum and art gallery is a grade I listed building located in Preston City Centre, UK. It also houses the city’s public library.

The museum, which covers four floors with large ornate period radiators is heated by 4 x Potterton Avon 2 boilers, each with a max output of 200kW. 32L of EndoTherm was installed in January 2016.

A direct comparison of the usage from AMR (actual meter readings) was taken by the energy management team at Preston Council and compensated with data from Blackpool Airport (baseload 15.5°C).

 

Results

Time Period Usage (kWh) Heating Degree Days (HDD) Difference Usage Factor (kWh/HDD)
1st Feb 2015 – 20th Dec 2015 485,672 1,385.5 351
1st Feb 2016 – 20th Dec 2016 461,655 1,501 307.6

 

Savings

Compensated Saving:

14.14%

Total Cash Saving:

$2,551.97 (USD)

Total CO2 Saving:

13,248 kg

 

Note: No periods of heating system down time were reported during the trial window.

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