Museum - Central Boiler House
The Central Boiler House (CBH) at a museum in Kensington a long operational history going back to the 1880’s. Originally a coal-fired installation it until recent times provided the core heating for the museum as well as a number of surrounding buildings.
The challenge was to achieve a relative level of cost of heat of 1.8p/kWh at 2000 prices. The actions to achieve this being: Refurbishment of the energy centre; Automating and de-manning; and Reducing risk to the client. A budget of £3 million had been set aside to undertake this target and to cover an assessment of possible improvements.