Middlesbrough Council - Civic Centre

EndoTherm Energy Saving Case Study
Teesside, United Kingdom

The performance of EndoTherm was piloted by Middlesbrough Council at the Civic Centre.

The Civic Centre contains offices that are home to many of the council’s departments. It is heated by two boilers (2M BTU and 1.6M BTU) and distributed throughout the building exclusively using air handling units (AHU) with extensive pipework.

EndoTherm was was installed in December 2014.

The civic centre houses offices for various council departments, each with different occupancy patterns and usage requirements. Achieving optimal heating levels to accommodate the comfort needs of different departments while minimizing energy consumption can be a challenge. EndoTherm provided a reduction in the space heating of the regular operating load of the building.

Due to the AHUs and extensive pipework system ensuring efficient heat distribution and minimizing heat loss in the pipework can be complex. EndoTherm optimises the system fluid reducing the energy consumption of the boilers and improves right place, right time delivery of heat.

Over only a 5-month period using EndoTherm, Middlesbrough Council and the Civic Centre saved 26,362Kg of CO₂e. This carbon reduction is equivalent to:

Middlesbrough Council Civic Centre Carbon Emission Saving Equivalencies

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