The need for intelligent buildings that are optimised for energy efficiency, integrate renewable energy sources, are built & retrofitted with sustainable materials, and aim for carbon neutrality – is again thrust into the spotlight as many have shifted to home working, and spend less time in indoor spaces.
The indoor spaces in which we work, study and are at leisure, have become some of the highest risk places to be during the COVID-19 pandemic, with people around the world mandated to “stay home” all while these maintenance and resource-intensive buildings have largely been left to stand empty.
This is the scenario that many building owners and managers face under very unpredictable conditions.
On Thursday, 17th (9.30am GMT) of December, Wattics CEO and Co-founder Antonio Ruzzelli is joined by James Wood, Managing Director, Optimised Energy (UK) as they discuss the some of the key 2020 trends in building energy efficiency & how these might evolve in 2021. They will also demonstrate how technology & expert consultancy is helping building owners and managers to manage the demands of maintaining resource-efficient, carbon mitigating & cost-effective facilities, while also preparing their buildings and spaces for occupant re-entry. See the full agenda below.
Register for 17th Of December using the link below ↓↓↓
In 1 hour, you will get to know more about:
[View/Opinion] Energy efficiency in commercial buildings 2021: Responding to evolving needs
Technology trends for energy efficiency, carbon mitigation, indoor health and well-being
Partner Installation of the year 2020 [Case Study]: Scaling monitoring, energy saving, climate compliance, recharging, cost recovery & other services for a 278 m skyscraper & other prime commercial estates in London – presented by James Wood, Managing Director, Optimised Energy (London, UK)
Importance of data management and analytics for energy management and sustainability project in the built environment
Wattics software innovations: bulk analytics features for enhanced data visualisation and scaling building performance analysis; Geo-location maps, consumption event-tracking report (Sentinel) and energy-savings ranking tool
Questions and answers session
Through the content outline above, you will know how to do the following on the Wattics dashboard:
- Organise and map your utility and business data for quicker analysis
- Check how your buildings are performing against energy-saving goals and targets
- Add static and dynamic KPI’s and evaluate their impact on consumption in your buildings
- ‘Label’ or tag and group meters, equipment, building types for more targeted analysis
- Centralize real-time data streams across utilities, sensors, and other systems into one unified picture
- Quickly pinpoint the areas or facilities with the highest savings potential in a ranking chart
- Learn how to scale analysis and reporting for large building portfolios through practical case study examples
- Energy professionals
- LEED/ISO 50001 certifiers
- Facility managers, Energy Managers
- Building owners and managers
- Property development & advisory firms, Construction & Engineering companies
- IoT/Smart meters/System integrators for commercial and industrial sectors
- Energy auditors and analysts in retail, hospitality, pharmacy, public buildings, manufacturing sectors etc.
- Engineering and sustainability consultants
- Energy service companies managing multiple building portfolios or sites
Antonio has 15+ years experience in IoT and Energy management field and a PhD in computer science. He worked on small and large energy efficiency projects, has known all the pains energy engineers face and passionately implements his knowledge and experience in the Wattics platform. In 2020, he guided Wattics to receive the Frost & Sullivan “Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award for the Energy Management sector.”
With a strong background in consulting and finance, starting as an energy and marine insurance broker at Lloyds of London, James developed the vision for the Optimised Group. James plays a major role in serving key accounts from strategy, delivery and implementation of the organisation’s many services. His mission is to create a leading energy services business, featuring the best people, technology and building concrete client relationships.
Thursday, December 17 @ 09:30 am GMT (Irish time) (Repeat)
Duration 1 hour
To get access to the webinar, please, register using the link below:
You will receive an email with the personal link to connect to the webinar on the 17th of December.
See you soon!
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