Commercial real estate organisations 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.
of office building energy consumption is wasted due to poor energy management
Source: Energy Star
Commercial buildings’ share of UK CO2 emissions
Source: PIA Property Report
Commercial buildings’ share of UK total energy consumption
We deliver integrated energy solutions across a variety of commercial real estate organisations, with specific focus on:
We have extensive experience in supporting sports and leisure organisations on their decarbonisation journey, providing integrated energy solutions to manage high energy-usage facilities and address increasing operational costs.
We partner with the hotels and hospitality sector to address expanding energy requirements at unique sites. We offer integrated energy solutions to manage costs and close margins, implement sustainability strategies, and move closer to energy independence.
We help tourist attractions to solve their energy challenges, helping them to decarbonise across a variety of diverse facilities, secure resilient energy supply to meet steady demand, and cut operational costs by implementing integrated energy solutions.
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