Building management systems can help schools drive down energy use
Building management systems capable of collecting and interpreting big data, and then leveraging the results by adapting the heating systems’ functionality for optimum performance are some of the most important measures that could help schools drive down their energy bills, experts believe.
The operation of educational facilities can be very complex. Additional energy consumption can even increase outside of the main school hours, for example during additional functions, weekends and evenings.
For this reason, behaviour of the occupants in relation to the energy use can be part of the big data picture, when the occupancy levels, the usage of areas and the management of doors, windows and lights are considered.
A remote monitoring and management capability that operates on a number of facilities is by far the best way to improve energy and operational performance, where hands on expertise can be incorporated.
HeatingSave – the perfect Building Management System for schools and educational organizations
HeatingSave has an extensive experience in the educational segment, our intelligent Building Energy Management System managing to reduce overall energy bills for numerous schools and academies by anywhere between 20 and 30%+.
HeatingSave optimizes any heating system’s overall functionality by taking into account a variety of factors, such as internal and external temperatures, occupancy, time of the year, the particular characteristics of installed boilers, etc. All of the data is used in order to determine the best heating patterns for the various heating zones within any building, using our proprietary heat-loss algorithm.
The end result is that users still get a very good level of comfort, while in the same time saving energy and money in the process.
If you’d like to find out more details on all the features HeatingSave has in store, just contact our dedicated product team, they’ll be more than happy to provide you with all the necessary information.