Category Archives: Energy Analytics

Energy billing made easy

Buildings tenants energy billing Traditional building tenant recharging has long been a challenge for landlords and property agents. Calculation of electricity usage was made in an inaccurate manner usually resulting in an unfair way of allocating the tenant's electricity share. Tenant recharge methods like 'Gross Lease' proved inefficient in recovering costs fully and accurately. In…
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Energy retrofits in buildings and the impacts of smart submeters

In the new real estate arena, green energy retrofitting is the most significant activity going on today. During the current downturn, the slow pace of new builts has given energy retrofits a great boost keeping the real estate industry afloat while maintaining employment for thousands of people. Considering new builts represent only 3% of the…
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Energy efficiency meets smart tech: an inflection point!

Energy efficiency is considered one of the fastest growing industries worldwide today. In addition to that technology does not remain static, instead it always evolves. Its lifecycle evolves, develops and eventually declines. Then a new technology emerges and challenges existing technologies and their support networks that ultimately are forced to coevolve with the new. So, how…
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Energy consumption case study

Energy consumption management Energy consumption problem Lofos Edison is a modern residential complex. It's consisted of 202 luxurious residences (maisonettes and apartments) with a total of 34,000 m2 on a 70,000 m2 piece of land. Apart from the residential buildings, the Estate includes auxiliary spaces such as a health club and underground levels for 287…
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The Energy Saving Spiral – White Paper by Meazon

About the White Paper Meazon white paper claims that understanding the type and amounts of energy consumed by various systems within a building is fundamental in creating an energy saving policy and driving consumption down. Building sectors are responsible for approximately 42% of the world’s total annual energy consumption. Most of this energy is used…
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