The management and maximisation of energy capacity is a burning topic in these uniquely challenging times, but where do you begin? 

Here we recap our 3 days of discussion on understanding the fundamentals that need to be put in place in order to optimise your companies Energy Transition. 


Optimising electrical capacity – where to start?

We are so often asked where to begin when making the most of a facility’s electrical capacity as part of a wider energy transition agenda.  The answer is the same in every case – first of all, it’s vital that you understand your power consumption.  By that, we don’t mean choosing just one of two circuits.  You need to really get to grips with your loads in detail, down to sub-metering points and right down to PDU or server level.  It’s that degree of granularity that’s critical.

Day 2

Accurate power monitoring at all levels: MID Certified.

With rising energy costs and an increasingly diverse mix of tenants within commercial building stock, it is no longer practical to apply a pro rata approach to energy billing based on space alone. It’s never been more important to bill accurately and fairly – for the benefit of both the landlord and tenant an accurate monitoring can incentivise all parties to be more mindful of their usage and to adopt a more sustainable approach.

Day 3

How are changes in energy storage technology serving the energy transition?

Energy storage (ESS) technology is an important pillar of the energy transition.  From renewable integration to the realisation of energy cost savings, providing grid reinforcement and collaborating in building grid resilience as well as reducing CO2 emissions and improving power monitoring – ESS is assisting across the board.

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