State of Energy Management in 2022 [Survey]

2022 has been one of the most hectic years for the energy sector: energy crisis, consumption reduction, and zero carbon objectives… This has only strengthened the challenges Energy professionals have been facing for many years now.  More than ever, the objective of sustainable energy management is at the heart of the public debate, notably due […]

Reducing the Energy Consumption of Network Devices

Modern businesses, regardless of their types, depend on the extensive use of digital tools and infrastructure. In 2022, you would not see an employee without a laptop or a smart device in any given organisation. For the smooth use of these digital tools, having a communication network in place is a must.  Indeed, contemporary facilities, […]

Energy Management in Universities: Rey Juan Carlos University [Case Study]

Energy management in a university with a multitude of buildings and users is a challenge and this is without mention the rising energy costs… Once your university’s spending plans are finalised, it is likely that energy bills won’t add up. Therefore, you will have to ask yourself, how to limit cost increases, where energy is […]

Energy Management in Historical Buildings [Case Study – Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau]

When we talk about historical heritage and energy efficiency, many actions may cross your mind: you may think of renovation works, improving insulation, repairing cracking, changing supplies, lighting… Any of these actions are valid, together with regular monitoring of consumption to analyse whether the measures taken are truly effective or not. In Europe, 35% of […]

Built Environment: measuring Climate Change impact

One of the main reasons for global warming is the sustained increase of CO2 emissions, trapping heat and warming up the atmosphere. With more frequent storms, landslides or floodings, climate change will make buildings more vulnerable and reduce their lifespan. As energy plays a key role in the management of buildings, in this article, we […]

Energy Efficiency in Shops: what Measures to put in place

It was a sweltering summer, and so was the energy news! Have you noticed that the topic of energy saving is currently at the heart of all conversations? Energy efficiency, new regulations, decrees or energy saving measures…No matter what type of media you visit, you can’t miss it. The time has come to reduce our […]

Why use Dashboards to Implement your Energy Efficiency Plan

Have you ever been in a situation where you wanted to take steps to improve your energy consumption but didn’t know where to start? Maybe you have already heard of Energy Dashboards?  Today, we would like to introduce you to this reporting tool that can provide you with precious information about your energy consumption, in […]

Energy Intelligence: The Use of AI in Energy Management

Artificial intelligence is everywhere in our lives, from powering search engines, through product recommendations, to phone unlocking by facial recognition…So how can artificial intelligence be defined? “In its simplest form, artificial intelligence is a field that combines computer science and robust datasets to enable problem-solving” (IBM). This concept and its use are becoming increasingly popular […]

The Return on Investment of an Energy Management System

The building stock is a major consumer of energy and accounts for 40% of total energy consumption in Europe. Approximately half of this consumption occurs during the design and construction phase and has to be controlled by builders, engineers, architects and other actors. The other half occurs during the lifetime of buildings (IDAE), as they […]

Telecommunications Industry: Improving Energy Efficiency [Case Study – Ooredoo]

The communications sector continues to grow every year, driven by the societal need to be connected at all times and to have access to information in real-time. In the UK, the sector keeps 68.9 million inhabitants connected to the world. In 2020, the revenue generated by British telecommunications amounted to £31 billion.  Every day, telecommunications […]