You must have heard of our DEXCell Energy Manager software, and the chances are that you have also tried our demo. Would you like to know what energy managers like you say are their favourite apps? We’ve examined the data on how the system is used and today we will share the results with you. You might discover an energy saving technique that you’re not using in your projects… So read on!
Another year has run out, full of novelties and energy content. You have probably found thousands of articles about energy, energy management, efficiency, new technologies, and more, but ... which were the most searched topics about energy in 2018? We tell you about it below.
No one knows how an airplane works better than a pilot. Similarly, no one knows more about the energy sector and energy efficiency than those of you who work in the industry everyday. That's why we invite you to participate in the fourth edition of our annual survey on Energy, Technology and Innovation.
The best-known international energy standard, ISO 50001, has been reviewed in 2018 for the first time since its creation in 2011. To save you having to read it again in full, here is a summary of all you need to know about the new ISO 50001:2018 standard.
Development of energy saving software based on artificial intelligence by the Catalan company DEXMA. This project has been supporting by ACCIÓ through International Business R&D Cluster, and the new system is currently at the pilot stage in almost 3,500 buildings.
Reporting on the progress of energy management projects is hard, we know. But there are energy managers out there who are using three very dangerous tools that can potentially destroy your good work. Do you want to know what they are and why they are so dangerous? Keep reading!
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.