Energy Saving Technology
With ever increasing energy costs and legislatory requirements, organisations are finding that reducing their energy consumption is vital for a healthy business model, as well as for reducing their carbon footprint.
HVAC systems on average use at least 50% of a buildings energy consumption, therefore having a energy efficient system that still delivers to the customer is one of the most effective ways of redcuing energy and meeting government legislation.
ID Scotia focuses on offering energy efficient, cost effective heating and cooling solutions that benefit both the client and the environment. We design, install, commission and maintain your system, we make sure you are using it correctly to effectively reduce your energy and carbon consumption.
By identifying the needs of clients, ID Scotia offers the appropriate solution to reduce their energy consumption and improve their environment. We make it our business to offer a full assessment of each client’s premises, design the most appropriate solution, look after it through maintenance and service and then work with them to use and manage it effectively.
In January 2003, legislation came into force in the form of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD). The EPB regulations require an air-conditioning inspection if the effective rated output of systems within a building is more than 12kW, with the first inspection required by January 2013.
The establishment of the EPBD is pushing businesses to assess their property’s performance whilst imposing a legal obligation upon owners, landlords and property managers to retain the relevant Energy Performance certification and inspections for their buildings.
When buildings are non – compliant, those in charge who have failed to commission, keep, or provide an air conditioning inspection report when necessary can be punished with prosecution and a fine.Read more about Air Conditioning Inspections here