Services Provided by Low Carbon Europe
Suitable for clients that have no need for a full time Energy Manager or require additional technical and energy management support for their existing staff.
Retained Energy Management Services (REMS) is a flexible and low cost solution to undertake and identify the client’s lawful obligations. Our service is committed to helping companies make savings to reduce their carbon footprint through analysis of their current plant and equipment, energy policies, energy usage and energy procurement systems.
Takes organisations beyond compliance by targeting environmental resource efficiency to improve overall performance.
Committed to helping companies make savings to reduce their carbon footprint through analysis of their current plant and equipment, energy policies, energy usage and energy procurement systems. Low Carbon Europe works with organisations to improve their environmental management and focus on sustainability. We help organisations in any stage of their journey, from those who are interested in complying with legislation right through to those who want to take a more holistic approach and embed sustainable practices within their business.
Low Carbon Europe provides a number of services that are suitable for organisations who are simply looking to meet compliancy regulations. Our team of Energy-Engineering Consultants are registered with the Energy Institute (EI) and Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).
Low Carbon Europe provide Energy and Sustainability Support to Local Authorities across the country in order to ensure the highest available environmental standards. Our dedicated planning and policy unit is able to draw upon the team’s specialist energy efficiency, decentralised energy and renewable energy knowledge to secure exemplar and innovative sustainability solutions in the built environment.
Our specialist consultants will undertake fully invasive inspections of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in operating theatres,and examine energy loads in relation to all the current operational requirements. A comprehensive review will then look at ways to optimise control strategies, ventilation rates, humidification parameters and part-load efficiencies, and meet the requirements of HTM 03-01 at the same time