Monitoring Energy Consumption

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How do you Accurately Monitor Occupier & Equipment Consumption & Reduce Energy?

In Multi-Tenanted Buildings one of the most contentious issues has always been about being fair when it comes to the billing of tenants energy consumption.


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


However it becomes unfair when there are similar tenants occupying the same size space but with many more people working longer hours who are being billed the same amount as the smaller tenants.


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.


















Electricity consumption can be achieved with local devices connected to mains 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 Multi-Sensing EnviroPure Monitoring devices 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 up to 10 different IAQ metrics, they key here is CO2 monitoring which gives a good indication of the number of people in any given space. All the active devices and can be shown on a floorplan.









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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