- Solar Window Films
- UV Protection Window Film
- Insulation Window Films
- Energy Efficiency
- Bomb Blast Protection
- Security Window Films
- Maritime Security
- Privacy Window Films
- Safety Window Films
- Building Regulation 14
- Glass Manifestations
- Spontaneous Breakage
- Window Blinds
Some of our Clients…
“It was important to get the balance of temperature, glare and light control. This was achieved by GP Systems and the effect has been exactly as required.”Tim Barrett (Contracts Manager), DOI Group
National Indicators NI185 and NI186
Local authorities are in a key position to make significant reductions in carbon emissions by:
- demonstrating leadership through their own operations and,
- encouraging reductions within their community.
Progress of local authority CO2 emission reduction strategies is measured using:
National Indicator NI 185 (Percentage CO2 reduction from local authority operations) is used to measure the progess of local authorities in reducing CO2 emissions from buildings and transport used to deliver their functions and duties.
Read more about National Indicator NI185.
National Indicator NI 186 (Per capita reduction in CO2 emissions in the local authority area) uses business & public sector, housing and transport CO2 emission data to measure the effectiveness of local authorities in supporting and promoting carbon emission reduction strategies.
Read more about National Indicator NI186.
How we can help
If you are responsible for a local authority strategy to reduce CO2 emissions, we're here to help.
We can identify opportunities to reduce CO2 emissions, for both local authority operations and the businesses in your community.
Our Radiation Profile Energy Analysis audits provide quantifiable forecasts of the emission reductions achievable by installing window film.
Best of all, our analysis demonstrates significant energy cost savings — providing carbon emission reductions that pay for themself.