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 Carbon Catcher UK Energy Efficiency Strategies

Studies show that energy efficiency initiatives have more beneficial outcome beyond delaying global warming effects.  Private and governmental initiatives to reduce carbon footprints prove to be worthwhile endeavors.  The State of California, the most populous state in the US has on-going energy efficiency measures which has resulted in the lowest per capita energy consumption in the country for four decades.  Other states and countries have also intensified their carbon reduction programs.


The UK has made an ambitious commitment to reduce carbon footprints to 50 percent of the 1990 levels by 2025, 60 per cent by 2030, and 80 per cent by 2050.  To achieve this, both government and the citizenry will require national will.  Poised to be an active partner in this national endeavor is Carbon Catcher UK, at http://www.carboncatcher.org.uk, a well established company specializing in carbon reduction techniques for business.  Carbon Catcher UK analyses the needs of businesses such as office buildings and warehouses, makes a detailed plan for energy efficiency conversions and implements the changes using industry reliable resources.


Some energy efficient measures that carboncatcher.org.uk propose include:

  • Use of newer energy efficient lighting systems which emit brighter whiter light than older systems.
  • Retrofitting with intelligent lighting systems which take advantage of daylight coming from windows and automatically dimming the lights on bright days, estimated to bring about 20 per cent cost savings.
  • Intelligent occupancy detection systems which turn off lights when a room is not populated.
  • Warehouses can have storage racks well lighted but fitted with motion detectors in aisles and hallways to dim lights when not in use.

It is known that reduction in energy cost can brings about overall production savings which can translate to reduction in cost of goods.


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