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Fully integrated Energy Management Services  (EMS) comprise ICT-based systems that are able to directly switch, control and adjust a range of energy consuming systems and devices. Advanced management systems anticipate future conditions and / or optimise outcomes outside the envelope.

Sophisticated EMS installed in a number of buildings make use of the buildings’ capacities and are also capable of integrating local storage and peak consumption. Automated Demand Response (ADR) responding to signals from the grid can be used to optimise results on the demand side. EMS can be extended to include controllable production on site. This innovative approach ensures that the increasing number of poorly controlled or uncontrolled generators dependent on weather conditions are used optimally and the local grid is balanced by achieving responsiveness of demand and controllable supply – including simultaneous control of decentral CHP plant to achieve grid balance.

empirica has over a decade experience in developing, implementing, assessing and adapting energy management services. Linking consumption, production and storage requires deep understanding of local circumstances and processes, and the ability to identify and source appropriate technical solutions for a range of installations.

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Innovative systems for the implementation of a sustainable...

Energy

27 participants from all over Europe made their way to the university De Montfort in Leicester, UK, on July 5, 2017 to participate in the first...

Progress of the Energy Data Innovation Network

Energy

The Energy Data Innovation Network (EDI-Net) project has been advancing in its first year with activities around the development of a system enabling...

SMARTSPACES papers presented at the ECEEE

Energy

Following the successful completion of the EU project SMARTSPACES, project partners presented different aspects of the project as part of the summer...

SMARTSPACES “Project to Watch” by the United Nations

Energy

SMARTSPACES has been named a “Project to Watch” as an innovative energy reduction project by the United Nations’ Big Data Climate Challenge. The Big...

SMARTSPACES Project Final Report Published

Energy

As the recently published final report on the SMARTSPACES project shows, financial pay-off is achieved by most stakeholders during the first 3 years...

Guide to replicate Smart Energy Efficiency Services

Energy

In cooperation with several other European projects, SMARTSPACES developed one ‘Guide for Replication‘. The ‘Guide‘ presents how Information and...

Bristol pilot site launches SMARTSPACES Professional Suite

Energy

Building on the success of the SMARTSPACES Service, which has been running in Bristol since the start of 2013, Bristol City Council and SystemsLink...

Cradle to Cradle as an economic principle for Venlo

Energy

Antoin Scholten, mayor of the Venlo City, received a frontrunner award for the Venlo region.

After service implementation: energy savings more than three...

Energy

After implementing energy saving measures at the pilot site in Lleida, the gas consumption has been already reduced by 50% and by 30% in the...

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