Energy mapping

 

An Energy Control Map connects the real actions of a building’s occupants to the internal energy system - at all levels from the building management system to individual appliances.

It can be a powerful tool in the process of optimising energy use in buildings because it brings together critical elements that are all too rarely considered as one whole system:

  • energy use and control mechanisms
  • who controls or has an influence over energy use including occupants
  • how they exert that control or influence.

We have found that the mapping process can reveal quite unexpected data, insights and understanding.

 

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We have applied this methodology at, for example, HM Treasury, Imperial College and the Natural History Museum.

It could also be a powerful approach when combined with the interactive engagement tools being developed by Carbon Visuals such as the Interactive estates and campus energy engagement tool.

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To find out more about how we could help your organisation contact: peter.martin@carbonsense.com