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Energy Management Services

Kier brings sustainable energy security to organisations – helping them minimise the long-term cost and environmental impact of delivering high performing core services.

By taking greater control of your energy use you can cut overall running costs, reduce carbon emissions and enable the business to operate more effectively. The breadth and national scope of our construction, FM, utilities, environment and infrastructure services enables us to develop and put in place solid, all-round energy management strategies that are tailored to each client’s specific energy needs.

Our approach includes:

A strategic review – analysing your current energy usage, needs and security of supply, and assessing energy efficiency measures.

Guaranteed energy efficiency improvements – designing and installing energy saving solutions that reduce energy spend and carbon footprint by minimising what you need.

Clear performance analysis – proving the efficacy of the energy management strategy by measuring performance before and after implementation.

Competitive finance solutions – getting the best deal for the energy you buy, with a direct funding solution provided through our property investment arm.

Sensible use of renewable energy installations – applying viable technologies for generating energy locally, such as solar panels, biomass boilers and combined heat and power (CHP).

Support for legal, corporate and carbon compliance – meeting requirements including the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, CRC Energy Efficiency, ESOS and ISO 50001.

Kier’s blended approach to managing energy usage considers the whole lifecycle of a building. The solutions we devise are focused on meeting energy needs in the most effective way as energy prices rise, renewable technologies develop and the legislative burden increases.

Kier Group plc. Registered office: Tempsford Hall, Sandy, Bedfordshire SG19 2BD

Registered in England No. 2708030

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