Editor’s Note

The subject of energy efficiency continues to be a topic on which everyone in the industry has something to say and with new products continuing to emerge it feels like there are new developments on a daily basis.

But when we talk about energy efficiency there are so many areas to address that it seems like we can never cover everything, no matter how hard we try.

The energy sector has never been busier and there is a growing demand for money saving energy surveys. Hidden energy costs are present for every business, and often remain buried without the expertise of an accredited engineer to help organisations curtail energy wastage and save money.

Building Controls is another area in which huge changes are being made in order to comply with all of the new legislation and it is therefore not surprising to learn that technology today means it is relatively easy to reduce the amount of energy which you use on a daily basis and make real savings.

This is great news for the industry and because there are such a wide range of systems, you can build something to suit the specific needs of your application. If you are not familiar with this type of technology then look no further than the BCIA conference which takes place on 14 May and runs in conjunction with the Building Controls Industry Awards.

This is a great opportunity to find out more about industry trends and hear industry experts talk about their experiences and highlight the areas where savings can be made.

If you, like many other companies, are looking for advice on how to meet new legislation and the best way to achieve efficiencies, the best way forward is to look at what other people have done, giving you the benefit of their knowledge and experience and the confidence that it works.

See you next month

Tracey

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