Peace March helps the Youth Hostel Association become greener
Contributing to the care of the environment is extremely important for the YHA since many of its properties are situated in remote and picturesque locations. Driven by this value, as well as the recognition that rising utility costs pose a threat to future running costs, the YHA asked Peace Marsh to help them reduce their energy bills.
Read more about how 15% savings were achieved in the case study.
Peace Marsh helps YHA save 1/4 of fuel bill and generate cash income
Following an initial assessment of 50 YHA sites, Pen-Y-Pass hostel was identified as having a good potential for a Biomass boiler system. The site had 4 separate oil boilers and was consuming £26,000 per year on oil. Upon completion of our review, we reported to our client that they could save nearly 1⁄4 of this fuel bill AND realise £21,606 per year cash income from the Governments 20 year RHI scheme.
Westerland Stud energy review and biomass Installation
Following a detailed analysis of the existing real estate consisting of the main house, dating back to the 17th Century, and a further seven residences plus a leisure complex, all buildings were found to have various forms of heating from oil, LPG or electricity, Peace Marsh installed two biomass district heating systems generating £14,500 p/a savings and a cash income.
St Raphael, Augustinian Care Home energy review and installation of biomass boiler
Peace Marsh assessed all four of the Augustinian Care homes for energy consumption. It was established that St Raphael’s was consuming over £60,000 per year on oil. We completed our full renewable energy appraisal we reported to our client that they could save nearly half this fuel bill and achieve £28,000 per year cash income from the Governments 20 year RHI scheme.