How You Can Create a Low Carbon Workspace
- Upgrading your lighting – energy efficient bulbs, fewer light fixtures and smart lighting control systems can all make a big difference.
- Efficient wiring and monitoring – Monitor electrical energy usage across a property and find where excess electricity is being used or wasted.
- Double glazing – This will help with thermal regulation and reduce the amount of time a heating system needs to be in use.
- Heating controls – Smart control systems, such as temperature monitoring, can make sure heating systems are activated when needed.
- Installation of walls and tanks – Insulated walls can help with retaining heat and efficient tanks, as well as repositioning them, can help you become energy efficient.
There are grants that can make the transition to a low carbon workspace easier. While the financial benefits in the long term will more than offset the transition, it can be a challenge to fund larger changes straight away. To find out more visit the Low Carbon Workspace website.
To help with this, you can apply for funding to ease the pressure. There are different things to be aware of and complete to be able to apply for these schemes, and Point Electrical can help you apply for this scheme. We’re on the approved list of contractors, so you know you can trust our experts.
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To find out more about low carbon workspaces and what we can do to help you reach this standard, contact the team at Point Electrical today.