Smart Energy Control For Business

Smart Energy Control For Business

It would help us all if our government and locally authorities were to demonstrate best practice. In the electrical industry, that would mean quite simply not seeing lights on in their offices at night when even the cleaner had finished for the day. Utilising a control system or BMS as it is sometimes referred, would rid the building of these issues. Simple use of presence detection and evaluating light levels which are affected by sunlight coming in through the windows could cut energy use for lighting dramatically.

Now, with that in mind, you could also use the same presence detector to let the air conditioning know that you have left your workspace and do not need the cooling on so much. In addition, add the control of the sun blinds too and these can drop when the sunlight is bright and hot so as to prevent overheating of a space and the subsequent effort (and £) to bring the temperature to an acceptable level.

All of this on one system which shares the same common power supply, cabling and 25 year history. You then have a system which is guaranteed to be able to meet you and your buildings needs and save money at the same time both Now and in  the Future.

Key Points

  • Prevent un-necessary energy use
  • Remove the "human" factor
  • Utilise free energy efficiently
  • Monitor and control your energy use
  • Automatic maintenance prompting
  • Remote system enquiry

What our clients say

"We worked with GES Digital LTD during and after the building of our home. Everything from standard domestic wiring to sophisticated control systems for the entire project was handled efficiently by Iain and his team. The GES engineers assisted us from initial design to final installation and saved us a lot of time during the project. We are very pleased with the way the KNX and Savant systems installed by GES, work together seamlessly. GES have been very helpful in guiding us to understand the technology even after the installation was completed."

D Magecha. Northwood. London