Priva updates energy-management white paper

Published:  02 June, 2016

Priva, BMS, BEMS, energy management, controls

Priva has revised and updated its white paper ‘Taking a structured approach to energy management’, which was originally produced in 2014 in response to the widespread problem of energy waste in the UK’s building stock. Its key message is that British businesses need to take a structured, technology-led approach to on-site energy management to overcome the systematic energy waste that drives up CO2 emissions and energy bills.

This latest edition has been completely refreshed with updates on energy statistics and new legislative drivers.

It is free to download from Priva’s web site and is aimed at facilities managers, building managers and energy managers.



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