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Many companies, are seeking to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. When it comes to reporting progress, you’ll often see the terminology ‘Scopes 1, 2 and 3 emissions’ used, but what do these numbers mean? On the road to net zero, one of the main ways that companies’ greenhouse gas emissions are measured and assessed is to look at them within three different ‘scopes’.

The application of Omni Telemetry technology provides a real opportunity to enhance and improve our clients’ estates, ensuring we are industry trailblazers in the continuous improvement and management of our built assets.

The importance of technology in achieving net zero

In London for a different investor with a very different building and using an alternative technology platform, our client has adopted a product and a platform that will deliver an industry leading data driven maintenance regime at One Curzon St. The OMNI analysis of live BMS (building management system) data identified assets in need of attention and delivered impressive reductions in energy consumption and engineering resource to carry out planned maintenance. The benefits of this investment have been instantaneous for both landlord and occupier with energy savings of over £65k within the first six months of installation, extended life expectancy of plant through reduced workload and a further saving of over £50k as a result of reducing plant run times. This has a positive impact on the service charge budget in multi-let buildings, and on cap-ex required from investors for large scale works.

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