Advanced energy management

Develop an in-house energy management system for improved energy efficiency and to capitalise on new income streams.

Advanced energy management

Develop an in-house energy management system for improved energy efficiency and to capitalise on new income streams.

Common issues with commercial Building Energy Managment Systems (BEMS)

Traditional commercial BEMS commonly result in:

Increasing costs, subscriptions and ongoing maintenance agreements.

Inflexibility, leading to vendor ‘lock-in’ whereby you are positioned to purchase additional functionality to access and use your own data outside of the vendor’s system.

Incompatibility; proprietary data types formats and protocols that are incompatible with new and emerging technologies such as the CSIRO iHub Data Clearing House.

Common issues with commercial Building Energy Managment Systems (BEMS)

Traditional commercial BEMS commonly result in:

Increasing costs, subscriptions and ongoing maintenance agreements.

Inflexibility, leading to vendor ‘lock-in’ whereby you are positioned to purchase additional functionality to access and use your own data outside of the vendor’s system.

Incompatibility; proprietary data types formats and protocols that are incompatible with new and emerging technologies such as the CSIRO iHub Data Clearing House.

Our energy objectives

Integrate disparate operational technologies into a holistic controls strategy for the autonomous optimisation of plant and equipment at a building, site and/or portfolio level.

Forecast and optimise operations of plant and equipment based on internal and external factors, detect faults, and respond without the need for human intervention to meet ambitious energy targets and operational KPIs.

Reduce costs and realise efficiencies

Reduce capital costs of system development through Energy Savings Certificates (ESCs).

Reduce energy costs with smart controls that shift consumption based on network and peak demand and network tariff periods, forecast internal and external operating conditions for up to 30% whole-of-building energy efficiencies.

Avoid costly disruption and inefficient operation of equipment with fault detection diagnostics and advanced maintenance regimes that enact programmatic control of equipment, send alerts and notifications in real-time for up to 20% reduction in maintenance costs (typically, almost as much as energy costs).

Realise new income streams

Generate ESCs by demonstrating ongoing operational carbon emissions reductions.

Operate embedded networks and distributed energy resources with automated co-optimisation algorithms to maximise income from energy generating assets.

Meet the technical requirements to participate in the Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism (available in late 2021).

Our energy objectives

Integrate disparate operational technologies into a holistic controls strategy for the autonomous optimisation of plant and equipment at a building, site and/or portfolio level.

Forecast and optimise operations of plant and equipment based on internal and external factors, detect faults, and respond without the need for human intervention to meet ambitious energy targets and operational KPIs.

Reduce costs and realise efficiencies

Reduce capital costs of system development through Energy Savings Certificates (ESCs).

Reduce energy costs with smart controls that shift consumption based on network and peak demand and network tariff periods, forecast internal and external operating conditions for up to 30% whole-of-building energy efficiencies.

Avoid costly disruption and inefficient operation of equipment with fault detection diagnostics and advanced maintenance regimes that enact programmatic control of equipment, send alerts and notifications in real-time for up to 20% reduction in maintenance costs (typically, almost as much as energy costs).

Realise new income streams

Generate ESCs by demonstrating ongoing operational carbon emissions reductions.

Operate embedded networks and distributed energy resources with automated co-optimisation algorithms to maximise income from energy generating assets.

Meet the technical requirements to participate in the Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism (available late 2021).

How we better the competition

Achieve whole-of-building energy efficiencies of up to 30% with a bespoke in-house energy managment strategy and avoid the high ongoing costs, subscriptions and ongoing maintenance agreements of commercial BEMS.

Achieve freedom of choice of vendors, consultants and commissioning agents. Promote data and technology standardisation and ensure compatibility with new and emerging technologies such as the CSIRO iHub Data Clearing House.

Download our info sheet to discover how your organisation or department can benefit from advanced energy systems with cross-functional applications designed for specific end uses.

How we better the competition

Achieve whole-of-building energy efficiencies of up to 30% with a bespoke in-house energy managment strategy and avoid the high ongoing costs, subscriptions and ongoing maintenance agreements of commercial BEMS.

Achieve freedom of choice of vendors, consultants and commissioning agents. Promote data and technology standardisation and ensure compatibility with new and emerging technologies such as the CSIRO iHub Data Clearing House.

Download our info sheet to discover how your organisation or department can benefit from advanced energy systems with cross-functional applications designed for specific end uses.

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