Energy Studies

The Energy Team has over 25 years’ experience applying energy management and efficiency techniques to many forms of project work undertaken by the engineers of the Technical Team of FHP ESS.
The Energy Team was created to fulfil a role for clients facing the application of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and a need to control, manage and reduce energy consumption within existing buildings and for current working practices. It is staffed by professionals who gained their experience from a broad range of energy engineering, energy management and sustainability areas.

The Energy Team is already assisting businesses achieve operating cost savings by managing and controlling energy consumption. The services offered are intended to ultimately save you money and ensure that you are complying with legislation and following the latest in best practice. All the services can be tailored according to individual client requirements.

Services based on Legislation

Energy Performance of Buildings Directive
Carbon Reduction Commitment
Building Regulations Part L2 (A&B)
Work on existing controlled services
Consequential improvements to existing buildings and services
Building Log Books
Energy Metering and metering strategies
Energy Performance Certificates
Display Energy Certificates
Air Conditioning Inspections
Boiler Inspections
Low and Zero Carbon energy generation
Services based on Best Practice

Energy Benchmarking

BREEAM In Use (self assessment and audit)
Energy Auditing
Energy Surveys (building operations and process energy usage)
Monitoring and targeting
Automatic meter reading
Building (energy) management systems
Energy reduction campaigns
Energy recovery systems
Energy efficient technologies
Enhanced Capital Allowances
Group or District Heating schemes

The Energy Team is also available to provide education and training in all matters relating to energy management, efficiency and sustainability. This can be via awareness campaigns, group lectures, smaller presentations or individual talks. These sessions can be put towards an employee’s Continuing Professional Development.