- Energy Efficiency
- Water Efficiency
- Waste Minimisation
- Staff Engagement
- Green Marketing
- Green Procurement
- East Sussex
- West Sussex
“It is commercial, not ‘save the planet’.”
David English, Restore, Redhill
Reviewing the particulars of energy tariffs identified immediate opportunities for cost savings for three East Sussex businesses.
An air-source heat pump typically provides around 3 to 4 kWh of heat energy for every 1 kWh of electricity it consumes.
A hotel, manufacturer and bakery in East Sussex have updated their lighting to LEDs.
East Sussex company that handmakes art prints and frames reduces annual oil and electricity costs by £1,500.
Seaford Golf Club have been taking a systematic approach to improving building fabric and services.
A new boiler, roof insulation and double-glazing and has helps Eastbourne nursery school reduce energy bills by £515 per year.
Arundel Museum have saved over £1,300 by reviewing electricity and waste charges and upgrading lighting.
LED lighting helps West Sussex businesses save over £16,000 per year.
Supported by the Energy Efficient East Sussex Programme, East Sussex businesses are upgrading to LEDs.
Small changes at the Sheldon Hotel in Eastbourne have made a big difference to their energy bills.
Guildhall Museum have saved over £6,000 on their water and electricity bills.
Technologies installed include solar PV, LED lighting and wireless heating controls.