Driving operational carbon down

Barley Mow Centre

Driving operational carbon down

Barley Mow Centre

Barley Mow Centre

Barley Mow has seen several energy efficiency improvement over the years, starting with the installation of Optergy in March 2016, which led to a 20% decrease in energy consumption in the following year compared to 2014/15.

Barley Mow has seen several energy efficiency improvement over the years, starting with the installation of Optergy in March 2016, which led to a 20% decrease in energy consumption in the following year compared to 2014/15.

Unit refurbishment works have been undertaken in phases since October 2019 year and included LED lighting upgrades, insulation and glazing enhancements as well as the replacing of heating with air conditioning systems, leading to a 33% decrease in energy consumption in 2021/22 compared to 2014/15.

Last year’s refurbishment works covered 17 units (10,019 sqft) as well as the common parts and led to EPC upgrades from a D rating to a B rating and are expected to yield further energy savings.

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