This historic museum was entirely powered by coal so they needed a fresh and more sustainable approach to energy. Our consultations decided it best to invest in more efficient and environmentally friendly biomass to provide the site with heat. Negotiating contracts for the change of energy system as well as supply of biomass, we transformed the business costs, created an income and significantly reduced their carbon emissions in the process. The museum made an 18% return on investment saving £36,900 in the first year alone. Our road-map projected that this will save the Museum over £738,000 in the next 20-year period, creating a sustainable and long-term change.