White Paper offers briefing on energy management
British businesses need to take a structured, technology-led approach to on-site energy management, in order to overcome the systematic energy waste that drives up CO2 emissions and energy bills.
This is the message in a new White Paper launched by Priva UK Ltd, a supplier of technologies for building automation. The White Paper, Taking a structured approach to energy management, has been produced in response to the widespread problem of energy waste in the UK’s building stock.
Anders Norén, Managing Director of Priva UK, comments: “The benefits of reducing energy use are well known, with Defra estimating that UK business could save £4 billion every year through greater energy efficiency. Yet, despite high levels of interest in improving energy efficiency, there remains a relatively low level of uptake for structured programmes of energy management. This is a disconnect that needs to be resolved.”
He adds: “In my interactions with building services managers, the question I hear most often is: ‘I want to save energy, but where do I start?’ With the launch of our White Paper, we aim to provide a starting point for good energy management.”
The free-to-download White Paper from Priva UK is aimed at facilities managers, building managers and energy managers. It provides a clear, easy-to-understand briefing on energy management: what’s driving it; how it intersects with energy monitoring and behavioural change; and how technology can play a crucial role.
Priva UK is an expert in developing and supplying technologies for building automation and energy management. Together with its local partner organisations, Priva offers organisations of all sizes access to high-quality hardware, software and services, in order to help the UK’s built environment to achieve greater energy efficiency.
The White Paper, Taking a structured approach to energy management, is available to download at www.priva.co.uk/energy