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A number of office space development across London have been fitted with a new range of smart energy management systems, it has emerged.
Properties at The Broadgate Tower, Triton Street and Ropemaker Place have all had a new set of energy management systems installed so that operators can keep a very close eye on just how much energy use these offices spaces are responsible for.
All three properties are owned by the real estate investment trust British Land and the energy systems, which are supplied by EP&T Global, have already been trialled at the commercial property giant’s head office at York House, West London.
“Where appropriate, we provide the initial capital investment, recovering this through utility cost savings generated through energy use reductions,” explained Justin Snoxall, British Land’s head of business.
A range of multi-let managed offices in London and a number shopping centres owned by British Land around the UK are also in line to have a EP&T Global energy management system installed over the next 12 months.
The UK Green Building Council is backing the use of smart energy management systems, which should see relevant operators cut their base-building energy use by more than a quarter while saving thousands of pounds on an annual basis.
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