On 4th November 2011 SAV Systems officially opened its Low Carbon Technology Centre in Woking, Surrey. The event included a highly successful Open Day, featuring interactive workshops, CPD Seminars and a District Heating Symposium which introduced state-of-the-art green technologies.

During the day, more than 80 international specialists in energy solutions for the building services industry found out more about the company’s CHP Systems, FlatStation District Heating Systems, HVAC Commissioning and distribution solutions – and saw them in action. The launching ceremony saw Ebsen Mortensen of the Danish Energy Industries Federation and Bjarne Bogner of EC Power detailing on how Denmark’s energy-saving initiatives are being applied by SAV Systems to reduce carbon emissions in the UK. The systems used within SAV’s projects include LoadTracker CHP, FlatStation Heat Interface Units, FloCon commissioning modules, WatchMan energy meters and a range of other innovative solutions with a view to maximise energy efficiency. Jan Hansen, the SAV Systems’ Sales Director explained how SAV Systems (sole UK distributor of Danfoss district heating systems) is collaborating with the global leading provider of energy-efficient and climate-friendly solutions, to reduce flow temperatures in district heating systems and therefore utilise low carbon heat sources more effectively. The symposium was concluded by Chris Parsloe of Parsloe Consulting, who detailed the latest changes made toCIBSE Code W and the BSRIA Commissioning Guide. The Low Carbon Technology Centre integrates SAV Systems’ solutions in its HVAC systems. The international delegates were involved in a series of active workshops which enabled them to fully understand how the energy systems interact. The event concluded with CPD Seminars, including LoadTracker CHP, FlatStation HIU heat exchangers and HVAC solutions, including commissioning systems with ultra-low flows.