The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) latest online Energy Savings Calculator offers consumers and industry a powerful tool to calculate savings from energy efficient windows.
With this new online tool you can calculate the potential energy savings a household can achieve by installing more energy efficient windows and forecast reductions in CO2 emissions, carbon usage and annual energy costs.
More than 100,000 consumers visited the GGF website last year and the original GGF Energy Savings Calculator (launched over 8 years ago) was consistently one of the most visited pages
New Energy Savings Calculator now located on MyGlazing.com, the GGF website designed specifically for consumers.
Members can show their customers the potential savings when installing energy-efficient windows.
James Lee, Head of GGF Group Marketing: “If you deal directly with consumers, you can now use the consumer friendly calculator to show your customers approximately what their potential future savings could be as a result of upgrading their windows. The beauty of this new fully digitalized version is the speed and ease of its functionality. It is a vast improvement on the original and another digital tool that Members can use when communicating with homeowners.”
The GGF will soon be sending out information to Members on how they can link to the calculator direct from their website.
More details on the GGF Energy Savings Calculator
Glass and Glazing Federation
40 Rushworth Street
t: 0207 939 9101
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