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Pietersen Fine Furniture Dressing Table Drawer

Energy-Efficient Fine Furnishings

Pietersen Fine Furniture is a business specialising in the manufacture and installation of bespoke furniture and fitted interiors. Their main building is a 1960s industrial unit, which is mostly made up of workshop space, with a small office, toilet block, and kitchenette too. Determined to reduce waste and trim costs while maintaining their high standards,…
Duns Tew Village Hall

Duns Tew Village Hall

Because of the age of the building, the hall commissioned an energy assessment to explore ways to reduce energy bills, increase comfort, and cut carbon emissions. The assessment suggested several improvements that could lead to a significant 82% drop in carbon emissions per year.
Dean Court Community Centre

Dean Court Community Centre 

Since its opening in 2014 Dean Court Community Centre has been at the heart of the local community. As the “home” of the Dean Court Community Association (DCCA), it hosts a variety of groups every day, providing a vibrant space for gatherings and activities. In 2019, the centre underwent a transformative process with a free…

The energy-saving Mix

The motivation for getting an energy assessment carried out stemmed from the discomfort caused by cold temperatures during events. Despite using plug-in heaters, the space remained chilly. They recognised the need for change to better serve their community.

Cool Folly

After receiving and reviewing our Workplace Energy Efficiency Assessment, the riverside restaurant decided to take action and implement several of the recommended measures to improve their energy efficiency.

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