With an extensive history of developing, implementing, and supporting best-in-class energy management software solutions, TEAM, together with its parent company EDW Technology, saw a lot of potential in strengthening their Sigma product and service offering.
Six universities across Britain are enlisting support from Energy Assets to employ Artificial Intelligence (AI) to reduce energy consumption in buildings.
Large infrastructure sites such as hospitals can use significant amounts of energy, including gas and water; in the generation of thermal energy for provision of heating (LTHW) and Hot Water (HWS).
They asked a simple question: could the existing airport sub-electricity meters be relied upon before a new multi-million pound investment in high-energy demand high-tech aircraft loading baggage system could be specified by the design team
1 & 2 St James’s Market, a joint venture between The Crown Estate and Oxford Properties comprising 2 buildings, has created 210,000 sq ft of modern office accommodation, six flagship stores and seven restaurants, all set within over an acre of revitalised public spaces, including a new public square and art pavilion.
In the current climate of NHS cuts it is more important than ever for a Trust to use every means to save resources without direct effects on patients.
Westfield Shopping Centre, adjacent to the London Olympic Park was opened in September 2011 in time for the 2012 Olympics and is one of the largest urban shopping centres in Europe
A Micronics UF D5000 was used by Aqua Enviro, a leading environmental consultancy in the water, wastewater and organic waste sectors to measure the flow of potable water sludge through a transfer main to a treatment plant in January 2015. This was part of capital works to design a site upgrade.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) has enjoyed significant benefits since it contracted TEAM to validate its utility bills and make cost recoveries on its behalf.
The energy management expertise offered by TEAM Consultancy Services has meant the National Museums Liverpool has seen a rapid return on their investment in half-hourly metering in preparation for the CRC deadline.