Isle of Wight

Use Case Description

In recent years, the Isle of Wight council building managers has been thriving to ensure energy is used in a more sustainable way within their estate through their building management system (BMS). The challenge was to establish if there were any loads that could be affected within the Isle of Wight’s commercial and industrial buildings, by reducing demand and using less energy to achieve a better economic and more efficient solution. The Heights Leisure Centre was selected as the pilot building.
Siemens integrated the existing building control and energy infrastructure with a smart building management system, turning a conventional building into a connected building. This meant occupants can experience more comfortable temperatures, the Council can lower their energy spend and the planet can benefit from reduced carbon emissions.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement No 731268