Independent School - Academic Building

EndoTherm Energy Saving Case Study
 United Kingdom

The performance of EndoTherm was piloted an Independent School in an academic building.

The school building, built in the 1970s, is heated by 3 x 86.5kW boilers via a mix of cast iron and steel panel radiators. EndoTherm was installed in December 2019.

Many public schools in the UK have historic buildings which can have outdated infrastructure and varying levels of occupancy dependant on use. Its possible these buildings may lack insulation or have drafty windows and doors. EndoTherm makes saving space heating energy possible without large retrofitting projects that change the structure or fabric of the buildings.

The complexity of academic buildings and their diverse spaces, such as classrooms, laboratories, libraries, and common areas, can lead to increased heat demand. EndoTherm reduces usage of the existing heat demand with no disruption to daily operations of the school even during installation.

Per annum, using EndoTherm, the independent school academic building will save an expected 6,915Kg of CO₂e. This carbon reduction is equivalent to:

Independent School Academic Building Carbon Emission Saving Equivalencies

“The EndoTherm pilot has proven to reduce our energy consumption within the academic building. As a result, we have reduced the amount of carbon generated to assist in our ambition to achieve ‘Net Zero’ and we have made cost savings against our annual energy spend. Our next step, is to rollout EndoTherm to all of our other wet heating systems.”

Energy Manager

Independent School, UK

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