Operational & Energy Optimization at University in Australia
A major University in Australia stood at a crossroads. With over thirty buildings and a dedicated, professional staff, the school was facing rising yearly temperatures, increasing costs for energy, and operating and maintenance (O&M) solutions that seemed to drive toward complexity instead of simplicity.
The company chose to deploy a melded offering consisting of three key services – Energy Worksite, Outcome-based Fault Detection (OFD), and Predictive Energy Optimization (PEO). The three had the respective primary benefits of energy visualization, operational and system oversight with fault detection/diagnosis, and predictive control with energy savings.