Skipton High School

EndoTherm Energy Saving Case Study
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Skipton High School was introduced to EndoTherm via the Eco-Schools program of which EndoTherm is an official energy partner.

An EndoTherm pilot was undertaken on two school buildings; the School House and Cottage to confirm the performance of the product while working towards the school’s
green flag status.

The two installation buildings feature large domestic heating systems in old stone-built properties heated by steel-panel and cast iron radiators. Both buildings have a mixture of classrooms and teacher offices.

The fact that the school buildings are old stone-built properties presents challenges for energy efficiency. Retrofitting these structures to improve energy efficiency while preserving their architectural integrity can be challenging. Thankfully EndoTherm is simply installed into the existing heating systems much like an inhibitor, allowing the school to start making savings immediately. 

 

Over a 5-year period using EndoTherm, the buildings of Skipton High School will save an anticipated 5,880Kg of CO₂e. This carbon reduction is equivalent to:

Skipton High School Carbon Emission Saving Equivalencies

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