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Optimise your heating controls

Yesterday we covered ‘Voltage Optimisation’ – so the posts aren’t sounding much sexier!  But they are still useful. In fact, you may even have this installed in your building without knowing it already.  Many standard units already offer this functionality but are underused.

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Voltage Optimisation

Don’t be put off by the fancy name, voltage optimisation is a simple concept. The Electrical Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations 2002 state that electricity supplied to a building should be 230V with a 10% margin for error.  This means the electricity supplied to your building could be anything between

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Save your energy ahead of #BESW2016

What better way to start Big Energy Saving Week 2016 than with a lie in on Sunday 30 October? It’s National Lie-in Day, so make the most of that extra hour in bed when the clocks go back. Use your extra energy to supercharge your creativity, because next week you’re

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Energy Management

The seven deadly sins of energy management

With UK Energy Savings Week rapidly approaching (it starts on October 31 this year), businesses are thinking about making great savings on their gas and electricity bills. ​ For some businesses, even the smaller ones, energy bills can spiral into thousands of pounds each year. Add to that all of

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GAS Welcomes new cohort of Apprentices

Great Annual Savings Group is delighted to have welcomed its second cohort of Apprentices into the company. ​ Rachel McCourt, Ethan McGhin and Lewis Cummings completed their induction before moving into their job roles in Marketing & eCommerce, Customer Experience and Energy Management respectively.

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GAS Shortlisted as regional finalist for National Apprenticeship Award

Great Annual Savings Group (GAS) has been shortlisted as a regional finalist for the 2016 National Apprenticeship Awards. ​ The Group’s excellent Apprenticeship Scheme, which is now taking applications for an October 2016 intake, has been commended for the conditions, pay and level of responsibility its participants receive.

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