Six universities across Britain are enlisting support from Energy Assets to employ Artificial Intelligence (AI) to reduce energy consumption in buildings.
Congratulations to VANDERLANDE which has gained certification to the ISO 50001 standard for energy management following a four day audit in December 2017.
Comprehensive energy mapping of the Building Management System at the Microsoft Thames Valley Park campus demonstrated that opportunities existed to significantly improve their energy performance.
Offering a complete turnkey approach E2 Services managed the chiller replacement project, ensuring limited disruption to usual operations
The Savoy Hotel recognised the need to ensure clarity in the cost savings aspect of their billing after carrying out a full energy efficient technology re-fit.
Northwood Regional UK is a multisite property company with in excess of 100 fiscal Gas and Electricity supplies.
To deliver the project, GFA Consulting needed an expert in ISO 50001, communications, strategy and technical authorship.
At a time when energy and compliance managers in large organisations are starting to plan for ESOS Phase 2, possibly without much enthusiasm, it is worth remembering what it’s really all about.
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