Following a significant project last year at Middlesex University, the team at analytics4energy are now underway with Phase 2, which will focus on utilising both of our in-house platform’s halo and livesight.
halo will help the university to understand and, most importantly, control its energy usage, enabling them to reduce carbon emissions, improve the well-being of students and staff, lower energy use, and reduce costs.
livesight seamlessly integrates with the university’s BEMS via an intuitive interface, allowing remote adjustment and analysis, enabling direct control of their environment, also helping to reduce energy consumption, carbon emissions and cost.
Middlesex University in northwest London serves 19,000 students. Courses are delivered by the Faculty of Science and Technology, Faculty of Professional and Social Sciences, and the Faculty of the Arts and Creative Industries. Over £200m has been invested to transform the University into one of London’s biggest campuses.
A particularly notable building is the Ritterman Building, one of the University’s newest developments which provides over 3,300 square metres of teaching space and is home to the UK’s first ‘Cyber Factory’. Its design incorporates sustainable technologies including solar panels, a bio-diverse green roof, and living walls irrigated by rainwater harvesting.
analytics4energy, a 4energy group company, are proud of this ongoing partnership with the Middlesex University and excited by the challenge to improve the university’s operational energy performance and to identify and deliver longer term capital improvements.