Case Study

Preston Town Hall, Preston Council

Preston, UK
FINANCIAL SAVING

$3456.53 (USD)

CO2 SAVING

18,061 kg

Preston City Council trialled EndoTherm at their Town Hall located in Preston City Centre, UK.

The five-floor office building, built in the 1930’s, is heated by 3 x Vitorond 200 Boilers with a maximum output of 300kW. The site is heated by a large number of cast iron radiators with a single air handling unit (AHU) for the Council Chambers.

After a system survey it was determined that 44L of EndoTherm was required, installation took place on the 1st February 2016.

The energy management team at Preston City Council provided actual meter readings (AMR) which were used for comparison with usage data from the same period from the year before. The comparison was compensated using degree day data sourced from Blackpool Airport (baseload 15.5°C).

 

Results

Time Period Usage (kWh) Heating Degree Days (15.5°C) Difference Usage Factor (kWh/HDD)
1st Feb 2015 – 20th Dec 2015 716,426 1,385.5 517.8
1st Feb 2016 – 20th Dec 2016 688,299 1,501 458.6

 

Savings

Compensated Saving:

12.93%

Total Cash Saving:

$3456.53 (USD)

Total CO2 Saving:

18,061 kg

 

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