Following the installation of Sabien’s M2G boiler optimisation controls to 77 boilers across the Renfrewshire Council estate, Sabien was asked to provide measurement and verification to demonstrate the levels of cost savings being achieved. Using the Council’s consumption data and regional degree day data an average reduction of gas consumption of around 14% with a 1.7 year payback was calculated.
The project to enhance boiler optimisation by retrofitting M2Gs forms part of the Council’s current Carbon Management Plan, which has been developed in partnership with Resource Efficient Scotland. As such, it builds on an earlier Carbon Management Plan, which achieved a carbon reduction of 28.35%.
Craig Doogan, Energy Team Leader for Renfrewshire Council, explained: “We are continually evaluating opportunities to further reduce energy consumption and recognised that boiler dry cycling was a potential problem. The M2Gs were installed across our estate quickly with minimal impact on our operations. The post-project verification using CUSUM analysis provided by Sabien clearly indicates the savings being achieved are in line with our expectations.”
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