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2 Feb

D-ENERGi Proud Sponsors of the AA Hospitality Awards

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  D-ENERGi are delighted to announce that we are to sponsor the “Group Hotel Of The Year Award” at the prestigious AA Hospitality Awards, held on the Monday 24th September at the London Hilton. The AA Hospitality awards are amongst the most prestigious national awards in the Hospitality and Tourism calendar. Promoting excellence and appealing to a wide range of individuals and organisations. It incorporates the unrivalled knowledge and expertise of the AA inspectorate and other leading industry professionals. Winners are selected in recognition of excellence and success within their award category, having shown a significant improvement within the preceding 12 to 18 months. Proving their dedication to raising industry standards and enhancing both their guest and diner experiences. Zico Ahmed director of D-ENERGi  “We and the team are looking forward to this prestigious event as it gives us a unique opportunity to take some time out and meet some of our loyal customers, in a celebratory, relaxed environment” This year, the AA will be recognising high-achieving establishment and individuals and celebrating the industry’s finest at two events: the AA B&B Awards, held on Tuesday 15 May at the Royal Horseguards, London; and the AA Hospitality Awards, held on Monday 24 September at The London Hilton on Park Lane.
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2 Feb

D-ENERGi launch new web portal for a high users of business gas

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  D-ENERGi are delighted to announce that we can offer smart metering services for large users of gas. The UK Government, along with others around the world, has committed to reduce energy usage and has set a target for all UK homes to have a smart meters by 2020. However this is not applicable to large users of gas, and is not part of the standard smart meter role out plan. We can help heavy gas users, understand in excellent detail their consumption patterns in real time throughout the day. Establishing were efficiencies and cost savings could be made. Please contact us to find more information on our new D-ENERGi web portal application.
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Solar Photovoltaic Systems by D-ENERGi D-ENERGi are delighted to  announce the successful completion of 3  Solar  Photovoltaic system (Solar PV) installations for Equilibrium Healthcare. The  three sites include Moston Grange Nursing Home, Bigfoot hospital, and Oaklands  House. This has provided the organisation to generate its own carbon free electricity  and an additional income, fixed for the next 25 years via the government feed  in tariff. Feed in Tariff also known as (FIT)  within the industry. FIT payments are made by the Goverment’s treasurery, to  encourage business and individuals to drive down energy dependency from fossil  fuels to more renewable sources such as solar power. D-ENERGi have completed  the commissioning  and testing of the  system and provided the necessary Micro-generation certificate within 30 days  of completion, which is mandatory requirement to qualify for FIT payments. Across all 3 sites It is estimated that installation will  generate 33,519 Kw/h per annum off  96 No  Dimplex  230W panels. All sites have been  fitted with OFGEM approved generation meters. Return of investment is substantial, with a forecasted annual  FIT payments totalling to a whopping £440,655.74 over the next 25 years with  the system costing just over 90k. To find out if your business premises  is suitable for Solar PV please contact Zico Ahmed on 0800 781 7626.
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  D-ENERGi have undertaken a project that will help a Sussex care home increase its energy efficiency to the tune of a £14,162.39 per year saving on its oil bills. The project was fully funded by the Government’s RHI scheme in conjunction with Siemens Finance at no cost to the customer. Home to 54 elderly residents, Rowfant Residential Home in West Sussex relied on a 35 year-old oil burner to provide heating to its 21 bedrooms and various common rooms, via a total of 79 radiators. D-ENERGi undertook an in-depth survey of the home’s existing heating and hot water system to appraise how best consumption and, in turn, fuel bills could be reduced. Findings showed that, due to lack of room-by-room control, many areas were being heated whilst unoccupied and also that temperature throughout the property was controlled by just one thermostat. With no account taken of differing atmospheric conditions in different rooms, particularly the heating effect of sunlight in those facing south, some areas of the property were cold whilst others were prone to overheating. The old boiler plant was found to be running at maximum 70% efficiency and annual oil bills topped £31k, with an estimated 30% going to waste. D-ENERGi proposed a solution to install a 184kw Biomass boiler, fuelled by wood pellets at a cost of 3.9p per kWh, which would not only boost efficiency but allow the project to be fully funded by the Carbon Trust and take advantage of the Government’s renewable heat incentive (RHI). Alongside surveying, specifying and carrying out the installation of the new system D-ENERGi also helped secure funding. The installation was certified and it was arranged for RHI rebates to be paid directly to the care home. A Carbon Trust loan was arranged to fund the installation with repayments being met from the RHI subsidy.   Emma Blainey, Renewable specialist of D-ENERGi explained: “It’s vital that temperature is maintained at a comfortable level, particularly in environments where the inhabitants are elderly, so the variations in temperature throughout the care home had practical as well as financial implications.” She added: “The new Biomass boiler is set to reduce energy costs by 50%, while the installation of room-by-room controls will save the care home an additional 20% on energy bills, and also provide a greater level of comfort for residents. The combination of the Carbon Trust loan and funding from the Government’s RHI were key to this project and can help businesses not only save on bills but significantly reduce their carbon footprint without having to make a huge capital investment.”
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