The Energy Blind Spots
We spoke to 100 Facility Managers working in hi-tech manufacturing and life sciences
- Download the report to discover:
- The number one energy cost in manufacturing
- Just how many BMS alarms never get actioned
- The disconnect between C-suite and FM priorities
This report includes:
- Never seen before, UK manufacturing research results
- The single biggest energy cost in manufacturing revealed
- How the effective use of existing data can lower your energy bills
- CAPEX restrictions as a barrier to energy performance
- Detailed information on the effectiveness of a BMS for energy reduction
A revealing look at energy costs, energy monitoring and decision-making in UK manufacturing
From pharmaceutical and life sciences, through to semiconductor and microchip manufacturing, the UK government believes the country’s hi-tech industries will be the engine of economic growth and prosperity.
However, these industries, whilst being world leading, are increasingly facing a growing number of energy-related headwinds that are impacting profitability and competitiveness.
We wanted to find out what facilities managers and site managers think, those who are juggling these issues and attempting to find a route through the maze. These are the people charged with contributing to long-term strategic plans for their organisations and are attempting to juggle the sometimes differing objectives of their own internal stakeholders.
How It Works
Billions of building data points are streamed and captured to detect equipment failure, abnormal operation and optimization opportunities.
These Alerts are displayed as tickets within the platform and include a detailed explanation of the issue, impacted equipment, rectification steps and data trend history.
Through this centralized workflow and communication, teams can spend less time doing meetings, paperwork, emails and follow up. And more time getting things done.
PEAK reporting mechanisms provide detailed yet clear insights across a range of building performance areas including electricity, gas and water usage, thermal comfort and relative humidity, CO2-e saved, equipment performance etc.