4 ways a BeMS can reduce your business' energy costs, while delivering a positive working environment for occupants
Now more than ever building owners and occupiers are under pressure to manage their energy usage more efficiently in order to reduce business costs and lower carbon emissions while ensuring the occupants have a comfortable working environment. But how can your Building Energy Management System to achieve both?
Here are 4 ways an Optimised BeMS can reduce your business’ energy costs while meeting occupant comfort satisfaction:
1. Powerful Diagnostics
Using powerful analytical diagnostic tools and energy data, an Optimised BeMS system can analyse and optimise your building’s energy wastage and decay maximise its potential efficiency putting a smile on your Finance Director’s face and its occupants at the same time.
2. Controlled Consumption
An Optimised BeMS can control up to 84% of your energy consumption, monitoring usage patterns and demand so less energy is used and directly impacting its carbon emissions. The more that is monitored and controlled, the greater the ability to deliver better environments for occupants.
3. Regulate Usage
An Optimised BeMS is constantly being monitored and managed by a Bureau managed service to track ‘events’ and ‘alarms’ and respond to changing conditions. It can predict future occupancy trends, compensate for varying weather conditions, lower building operating costs and improve occupant comfort while directly impacting employee productivity and well-being.
4. Predictive Monitoring
With the ability to monitor your building systems from the Optimised BeMS; lighting and HVAC can be managed to regulate your energy and water usage, reducing energy decay & waste and providing positive feedback to occupants on how they are working in an efficient and green building and making a positive impact on our sustainable planet.
The Optimised BeMS Proposition
BeMS (Building energy Management Systems) are typically associated with the control of HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning) in commercial buildings, and this has been their primary role in the eyes of most clients and operators. Over the past number of years, we have now taken this to another level with the introduction of the ‘Optimised BeMS’ proposition.