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Carbon Reduction and Monitoring Energy Consumption

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Accurately Monitoring Occupier & Equipment Consumption & Reduce Energy

Helping organisations on their journey to Net Zero in a measurable, meaningful, and potentially self-funding way.

Our new partnership with Auditel helps.


The aim of engagement is to help organisations not just to navigate their path to Verified Carbon Neutral on their journey to Net Zero, but to fund it through our cost savings and procurement solutions from within the business where possible.

Commercial Offices Consume 30-40% of their overall consumption on HVAC alone.


Billing is usually based on the size of the tenanted space in their lease agreement.


Individual Occupiers Energy Consumption


Now available are individual tenant IoT remote metering/monitoring solutions that are able to monitor the actual heating, cooling, electricity and water consumption per individual tenant and provide that consumption data so they can check and validate any bills they receive.

Ultrasonic Heat Meters connected to our IoT Modbus module can be retrofitted to the individual floors heating and/or cooling system with minimum disruption.


















Live Gas and Electricity consumption can be achieved with local IoT devices connected to main meters or local electric circuits.

Occupancy affects consumption as does heating/cooling fresh air. The Energy will go up/down as the occupants go up/down. Tenants want to reduce energy consumption based on occupancy and some existing systems allow for local ventilation, Fan Coils to be controlled based on the number of people at any given time.

Our occupancy sensors can be fitted in minutes and cover an area of 325 sq/m (3,500 sq/ft) and are fitted at high level throughout the occupied area.

Although they can monitor occupancy etc, they key here is an accurate number of people in any given space. All the active devices and can be shown on a floorplan.

















Why Run Air Con or Heating Equipment in areas with low or no occupancy?

Acting on occupancy data to close the office on quieter days leads to significant savings on energy, commuting emissions and operational costs. But there’s a trade-off. On days the office sits empty, it becomes an underused asset, costing the company without providing direct value.


The old rule of one desk per employee is outdated in today’s flexible work world. Long-term occupancy data is key to understanding our real office space needs. This data doesn’t just show daily ups and downs but reveals long-term trends about how much space we truly use.


If occupancy never surpasses 60 per cent of the workforce, it signals a clear opportunity to rethink space allocation, especially when certain areas of the office remain largely unused.


This move towards smaller offices not only cuts costs but also supports our goals for a greener planet by using less energy for heating, cooling and lighting, all while meeting the actual requirements of the workforce.

Being able to adjust heating, cooling and lighting based on who is actually in the office at any given moment not only conserves energy but also reduces unnecessary costs. Imagine the savings when an automated system dims the lights in unoccupied rooms or scales back HVAC operations during off-peak hours.


Modern sensor technology can measure environmental conditions like temperature and humidity. This layer of data provides a fuller picture, ensuring that energy isn’t wasted.


Beyond the clear environmental benefits, these adjustments contribute to a more comfortable, inviting workplace. As companies move closer to their green targets, they also forge spaces where people genuinely want to work.


Achieving sustainability in our workplaces requires practical steps, informed by reliable data. As we make these adjustments, we move closer to our green goals.


The effort to reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency is an ongoing process, but with each step, we contribute to a healthier planet and a more sustainable future.









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The Savings can be phenomenal and your Customers will have a more reliable system with less failures, less downtimes, reduced cost and happier occupants

Instant Energy Consumption vs Occupancy

Just as an example, for every hour of plant run time we can save, on a 100,000 sq/Ft property with a 14p per kWh energy rate will save £35.96 per hour (on average)

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Remote Meter Readings of Mains Gas, Electric and Water Meters

Are you paying someone to manually read your meters every month at your properties?

Many Commercial Buildings, Industrial Units, Retail and Hospitality venues still have old fashioned Analogue Meters. 








Many Property Management Companies have to provide bill validation to the Buildings occupants, and the only way to do that (without Automatic Meter Reading) is by manually visiting each site every month and then manually taking the readings from each of the main (and any sub-meters) and then checking the readings vs the auto billing amount.

Following a recent conversation with a contract manager responsible for 6 No C. London Commercial Buildings, they have been paying for an individual to carry out meter readings at each building with each having 6-7 meters at each property each month, plus travelling expenses just to read the gas, electric and water meters.


Their view is very simple. It's wasted time and expense where this person could be carrying  out more income earning rather than wasted time and expense


Wouldn't you like to save those costs with remote monitoring for each site? We have the technology to automatically read any type and any age of meters. You can access the data on any web enabled device, as well as being able to produce reports and store historical data

Now do the maths for your sites. What does it cost you to get meter readings each month?

Let us quote you to remotely read the meters at your sites and remove the expense of manual readings

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