The Carbon Trust has today launched an updated series of energy
guides, designed to help businesses and the public sector to
take control of their energy spend and carbon emissions. The
regular release of new guides will be taking place over the next
few months, and will provide overviews of key technologies and best
practice within different sectors.
Investing in improving building fabric - which refers to floors,
ceilings, windows, doors and walls - can be one of the most
effective ways to save money on bills. Industrial buildings could
be losing a staggering 75% of its heat through the building
The technology overview provides an in-depth look at
opportunities at opportunities for energy saving, with a particular
focus on options for insulation and the importance of
The Guide can be found on the Carbon Trust's website along with
other reports and resources at: www.carbontrust.com/resources. To find out
more about how the Carbon Trust can help your organisation invest
in energy efficiency and cut carbon email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call +44 (0)20 7170 7000.
The public sector can get more advice on cutting carbon, as
well as share knowledge and best practice on saving energy by
visiting the Carbon Trust's online forums here: http://publicsector.carbontrust.co.uk/
Small or medium-sized businesses can find out more about how
to shrink their footprints and save money by visiting the Carbon
Trust's online forums here: http://smenetwork.carbontrust.com/
Notes to editor
For more information and to speak to a Carbon Trust
spokesperson, please contact the Carbon Trust press office:
Tel no: 0207 544 3100
About the Carbon Trust
The Carbon Trust are independent experts with a mission to
accelerate the move to a low carbon economy.
We advise businesses, governments and the public sector on their
opportunities in a sustainable, low carbon world.
We measure and certify the environmental footprint of
organisations, supply chains and products.
We help develop and deploy low carbon technologies and
solutions, from energy efficiency to renewable power.