Understand your energy emissions.
The first step in reducing your energy-related emissions is understanding where they come from. From there you can make a plan, and take steps, to reduce them.
Start now by finding out how much energy you’re using and what emissions you’re generating.
We can assist by making your energy data available, offering energy audits through one of our trusted partners, and connecting you with solutions such as Sapient, from early 2021.
Every organisation is different, so let us know what you’re interested in monitoring, and we’ll work with you to find the right solution.
Energy audits are a great starting point for assessing how your business uses energy. Partial funding of the cost of the audit, may be available through EECA (subject to eligibility and availability) to lower the cost of the audit.
Sapient is an energy management system that lets you track and manage the energy your plugged-in devices use. Developed by Sapient Industries in the US, it’s a super-smart system that uses plugs deployed across your buildings to collect live power consumption data from everything you plug into them – from the coffee maker in the kitchen, to your office equipment and desktop monitors.
Using machine learning, the plugs begin to learn, and through a handy dashboard, the system makes smart suggestions on how to optimise your energy use. Suggestions that you can choose to accept, reject or automate at the simple press of a button.
The system will only be available in Australasia through Simply Energy, and we’re excited to be able to offer it to our commercial customers in early 2021. If this sounds interesting, send us a message below to register your interest and check out the video to find out more about how it works.
Soon we’ll be offering customers the ability to measure their energy-related emissions, but until then, there’s a lot of great information available, and companies that can provide advice or even work it all out for you.
Check out our advice, or get in touch and we’ll help you get started.