How we do it
Energy optimisation is inherently complex and requires the balancing of varied and diverse objectives. Typically, different stakeholders drive different agendas which very quickly lead to non-aligned and sub-optimal results. Common examples of this include: metering providers that install meters without consideration of technical project development down-the-line; or technology providers (lighting, HVAC, etc.) that only promote and optimise their own technologies without insight into or consideration for the impact on the larger energy ecosystem. As such energy very quickly becomes a “restrictor” and not an “enabler” and significant potential opportunities are not realised.