IBM Energy Optimisation Data Solutions for Universities
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Universities are large and complex organisations with a significant impact on the environment. As a result, they are under increasing pressure to reduce their energy consumption.
Big Data, Analytics can be a powerful tool for universities to reduce their energy consumption. By using data from temperature sensors, footfall sensors, and room booking systems, universities can identify areas where energy is being wasted and make changes to improve efficiency.
For example, data analytics can be used to:
Reduce energy costs
Monitoring temperature, footfall, and room booking data, data analytics can help universities identify opportunities to reduce their energy consumption.
Improve Environmental impact
Reducing energy consumption can help universities minimise their environmental impact.
Increase comfort for students and staff
Optimising the temperature and humidity in their buildings, universities can create a more comfortable environment for their students and staff.
Reduce your energy costs and improve your sustainability with big data analytics.
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In this workshop, you’ll learn how data analytics can help you:
- Identify areas where energy is being wasted.
- Make changes to improve efficiency.
- Save money on energy costs.
- Reduce your environmental impact.
- Display data in a floorplan visualisation which can bring valuable information together and enable good, data-backed decision making.
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Reasons why universities must act on energy consumption:
Rising energy costs:
The cost of energy has been rising in recent years, and this is putting a strain on university budgets.
The UK government has set ambitious targets for reducing energy consumption and emissions. Universities are expected to play their part in meeting these targets.
There is a growing awareness of the environmental impact of energy consumption, and universities are under pressure to do their part to reduce their emissions.
Public and student pressure:
There is a growing public and student demand for universities to be more sustainable, and this is putting pressure on universities to reduce their energy consumption.