Jet Environmental is seizing the opportunity presented by the new Energy Performance Building Directive to point out that it can help warehouses meet the demands of the (EPBD) by delivering fuel savings of over 50 per cent.
The EPBD legislation, which came into force on 2 nd April, covers the energy efficiency of buildings over 10,000 sq m, requiring buildings to display an Energy Performance Certificate. This certificate will provide a rating of the energy efficiency and carbon emissions of a building from A to G.
Managing director Robert Simpson says: “Many warehouses and large old sheds which are used for storage facilities can be incredibly difficult to heat and cool, and energy wasteful. For the first time, under the EPBD, owners will be subject to an energy labelling scheme placing them under a responsibility to optimise the building’s energy consumption. In this scenario, the Jet air induction system is a proven, low carbon option perfectly attuned to providing energy efficient heating and cooling in sheds and other large industrial space applications.”