We transform facilities and buildings into intelligent energy consumers
Demonstrable savings shield leisure centres from financial instability
Proven changes to operations puts organisations in control of energy efficiency
Boost leisure management bids with forward thinking proposals proving your insight into energy management
Leave a legacy of lower consumption and a better quality environment for customers
What we do
Leisure Energy is an award winning sector leading energy saving consultancy. We work with a range of organisations helping them understand their 24 hour energy usage and manage it more efficiently. Our unique energy management approach:
- Maximises a building’s performance through improved energy management, monitoring and effective controls
- Reduces consumption of utilities – water, electricity & gas
- Saves on energy costs
- Raises awareness of energy efficiency through installation of energy conservation measures (ECM)
- Improves internal environmental conditions for customers and staff
- Lowers the carbon footprint!
We specialise in the energy management of leisure centres, whether existing or new build, but we also work in the hospitality and education sectors, in particular where they have swimming pools.
Energy is the second highest overhead for leisure centres
Leisure centres have a unique energy footprint: demands are high over long hours of operation, especially those facilities with swimming pools, and is the leisure operator’s second highest cost. This, coupled with fluctuating utility prices caused by world and financial events, can result in a high degree of uncertainty and a significant cost pressure on the bottom line.
Of the 5,000 or so leisure centres in the UK, over 3,000 of them are over 20 years old and are likely not to be energy efficient. The Carbon Trust have estimated if leisure centres could reduce their energy consumption by 10% this would result in a saving of £70m that could be used to make our communities ‘more active, more often’.
kg of CO2 saved per annum
Derbyshire Dales: Due to funding from the PSDS grant, works are currently in progress at the Ashbourne Leisure Centre which includes Air Source Heat Pumps and 180 Solar Thermal Panels. Reduction of carbon emissions by 123 tonnes (123,000 kg) or 56% – the equivalent to the CO2 emissions for the space of 123,000 footballs.
% of CO2 saved per annum
Lichfield: Works are currently in progress at the Burntwood Leisure Centre in Lichfield which includes an Air Source Heat Pumps, 182 Solar Photovoltaic Panels and 198 LED lamps. Reduction of carbon by 260 tonnes or 44% – the equivalent to the CO2 emissions from the use of 137 cars.
tonnes of CO2 saved per annum
Kent: Works were completed in September 2021 at the Stour Leisure Centre in Ashford which includes 3 x 300kW Air Source Heat Pumps, a 165KWe Solar Panel System and 370 LED lamps. Reduction of carbon by 657 tonnes or 45% – the equivalent to the CO2 emissions from the annual heating of 243 homes.
carbon tonnes to be saved per annum
Wales: Work was completed in 2020 at 5 leisure facilities in Swansea. The ECM’s installed include new LED lighting in selected areas at each centre, replacement air handling units and solar thermal systems. The carbon savings are estimated in the region of 469 tonnes per annum.
GBP of annual savings
Derbyshire Dales: Leisure Energy has recently completed energy upgrade works at Arc Leisure Matlock and Bakewell Leisure Centre. These upgrades included LED lighting and new showers within the pool area at Arc and a new air handling unit at Bakewell. Estimated annual savings will result in the equivalent of 13,548 showers, CO2 emissions from 31 cars and the power from 566 LCD televisions per year