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New energy technology – the blueprint for Commercial Real Estate

Reduce energy consumption, improve facility maintenance,
minimise disruption.

Commercial Real Estate companies have energy-consuming assets dispersed across a portfolio of buildings: maintaining them can be costly and time-consuming. Often, energy and site maintenance are connected tasks – energy assets are not only maintenance heavy, they are usually essential to tenants. A new energy approach is needed - one that helps manage costs, minimise disruption to tenants and improve efficiency.
What can new energy technology offer?
Commercial buildings’ share of UK total energy consumption (source: PIA Property Report)
Commercial buildings’ share of UK CO2 emissions (source: PIA Property Report)
of energy consumed by office buildings are wasted due to poor energy management (source: Energy Star)