t-mac shows businesses how to save more at The Energy Event

One of the UK’s leading energy management solutions specialists, t-mac Technologies Ltd. will show visitors how to ‘touch’ base with the future of energy management at The Energy Event 2012 at the Birmingham NEC on the 11 and 12 September.

Using touch screen technology, visitors to the t-mac stand (D54) in Hall 7 and 8 will be able to use an interactive display to engage with t-mac’s alerting, floor plan and mapping technologies as well as taking a virtual tour of the full t-mac range. t-mac will demonstrate how it can help companies manage and control energy consumption, and achieve energy savings of up to 40 per cent.

In addition visitors will be able to learn more about t-mac’s new MICRO BeMS unit which was launched at NEMEX in Birmingham earlier in the year. The system has been created specifically for SMEs with less than £8,000 annual energy spend. It has four connections that link easily to a company’s Ethernet and it uses BMS software for task set-up and control with no additional running costs.

The t-mac team will be on hand over the two days to talk visitors through the capabilities of its extensive hardware and software, which includes real-time smart metering, automatic monitoring and targeting (aM&T) software and cutting-edge wired and wireless building energy management systems (BeMS) technologies.

Lisa Gingell, marketing and commercial director of the Derbyshire-based firm said: “My team and I always look forward to The Energy Event.

“As the event is attended by business professionals, we know people attending are serious about getting to grips with energy efficiency. Using our years of experience of working with companies in a variety of sectors, it allows us to talk directly to people at the heart of an organisation’s energy management.

“We pride ourselves on delivering realistic solutions for energy mangement issues and we are eager to talk to new and existing customers about their needs.”

Lisa will also lead a seminar on how businesses can maximise use of technology for better energy savings. ESTA’s ‘Using technology to save energy’ will be taking place at 10:30am on Wednesday 12 September in the ESTA Theatre.

She continues: “My seminar will focus on how better understanding leads to better control.

I will be talking to attendees about how they can best use technology to gain an improved return on investment. It is not enough to just install technology for the sake of it. It is important to use the right systems, monitor what it is doing and understand the energy you are using.”

For more information about t-mac Technologies Ltd, please visit www.t-mac.co.uk

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