Author: Cristina Teba

Supermarkets are one of the retail sectors with the most energy consumption. It is distributed among the different installations and departments (refrigeration machines, ovens, household appliances on display, etc). You can easily assume high numbers when imagining these energy costs, right? Well, this does not mean that these types of establishments cannot be energy efficient or reduce their consumption. I'm going to show you with a real case, the SUPERSPAR success story.

There is some kind of public or private sports centre in almost every town or city. In larger cities, there can even be several large sports complexes. These are facilities with high energy consumption (domestic hot water, long opening hours, lighting, kitchen areas and restaurants…). Is it possible to save energy in sports centres? Let's take a look at a real case involving our partner Energetips, Centre Atlètic Laietania, where more than €76K savings on energy have been made.

When we talk about energy management, not only does it involve a thorough analysis of the energy consumption that is produced in buildings, but we must also carry out energy and functional control. So, how do we integrate the energy analysis with Building Portfolio Control? Discover the types of control in buildings, differentiating between them energy control. Learn about advanced energy control technologies in this article:

When you work in Real Estate sector or Facility Management sector, and you are part of energy management department, one of your challenges is to manage multitude of locations, buildings and building portfolios of different types. This kind of work requires advanced energy management , and knowing useful tools for this is a key point. Meet these 8 key tools to carry out the advanced energy analysis your buildings need,  achieve your company's goals in energy saving and keep growing in your company thanks to the benefits achieved with your effort and work:

What is smart energy management for those who must carry this out in several or thousands of buildings? The key here is energy analytics, with its first basic steps to detecting the greatest potential savings, and advanced analysis tools to achieve the level of detail that we want. We'll tell you what an advanced energy analysis should be like for a buildings portfolio, whatever their size, and how to detect the savings potential hidden in their buildings. Keep reading...

That the real estate market is a sector that suffers from the characteristic of being very volatile is no secret. It has gone from being a safe, easy and stable investment to being high risk.  If we add this to the increase in energy demand, which has a huge impact not only on this sector but also on the rest of the sector, such as facility management, what are the challenges facing these sectors? In this article we answer this question: