Preston City Council - Preston Town Hall

EndoTherm Energy Saving Case Study
Lancashire, United Kingdom

Preston City Council piloted EndoTherm at Preston Town Hall located in Preston City Centre, Lancashire.

The five-floor office building, built in the 1930’s, is heated by three 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.

EndoTherm was installed in February 2016.

As a historic building, preserving the architectural and heritage features of the town hall is essential. Introducing energy-saving measures while respecting and preserving the building’s character can be a delicate task. EndoTherm however is easy to install into the existing heating system in the same way an inhibitor is installed.

Local councils often have limited budgets for infrastructure upgrades and energy-saving initiatives. Allocating sufficient funds for energy efficiency improvements can be challenging, as budgetary resources need to be balanced with other priorities, such as essential services and community programs.

EndoTherm offers a fast return on investment and an immediate reduction in energy consumption which Preston City Council was able to see in piloting the product in the town hall which lead to a further installation at Preston Harris Museum.

Over an 11-month period using EndoTherm, Preston City Council Town Hall saved 18,061Kg of CO₂e. This carbon reduction is equivalent to:

Preston City Council Preston Town Hall Carbon Emission Saving Equivalencies

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