Bristol museum to save around £50,000 per year on energy bills after implementing energy efficiency measures

One of Bristol’s most iconic museums is set to save around £50k on its annual energy bills by implementing an array of energy-saving measures and also installing a rooftop solar array.

The M-Shed harbourside museum will have 181 solar panels which will generate enough electricity to power around 10% of the building’s requirements. It will also install other measures to be more energy efficient, while carbon dioxide sensors will be also installed and linked to a management system to allow greater control.

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