Shields Depot, located in Glasgow, is a railway Electric Traction Depot which uses state-of-the-art technologies to maintain Abellio Scotrail’s electric trains. The company have worked hard to reduce their environmental impact, and have established environmental targets for energy use reduction and reducing landfill waste. In order to reduce energy at the Shields Depot, Abellio Scotrail decided to undertake a “Proof of Concept” installation of the CircoSense3000 device, which uses cognitive technology to learn usage patterns of hot water systems, turning on the circulation pump only when required. This then leads to lower energy bills and a reduction in carbon emissions…Read More
Nottingham City Council have placed a huge emphasis on their energy services, with teams leading on UK strategies to increase energy efficiency and driving down energy usage. As part of their Energy Strategy 2010 – 2020, there is a focus on meeting national and local carbon reduction targets. The cognitive technology of CircoSense was identified as a potential energy saving technology which could help reduce both energy costs and carbon emissions. CircoSense was installed at Victoria Leisure in December 2016, and as part of a “Proof of Concept”, underwent a six-week trial to prove the savings which could be achieved at this…Read More
West College Scotland is one of the largest educational institutions in the UK, with over 30,000 students and 1,200 staff. The further and higher education college offers a wide variety of courses, which range from full-time to part-time, evening classes to distance learning, and are constantly striving to reduce operating costs in order to continue providing inventive and inspirational methods of teaching. The innovative technology of the CircoSense3000 was introduced to West College Scotland, who were intrigued to discover the savings that could be achieved on their hot water costs. The College agreed to install a ‘Proof of Concept’ at…Read More
Surrey County Council are actively seeking ways to make financial savings as rising demand continues to put pressure on their services. They also aim to reduce future carbon emissions and ensure their services are resilient to risks posed by climate change. As part of this drive to reduce carbon emissions, CircoSense was identified as a potential energy saving solution with its cognitive, energy saving technology. The unit was installed in February 2017, and as part of a “Proof of Concept” process, underwent a trial to prove the savings which could be achieved at this particular site. Initially a site survey…Read More
As part of their Energy and Sustainability Service, North Ayrshire Council are committed to creating a “cleaner, greener, safer community” through the reduction of the Council’s carbon emissions. As part of this plan, the Council was looking to identify energy saving measures to install in their property portfolio, and the innovative technology of the CircoSense3000 device was identified as an exciting opportunity. Auchenharvie Academy was identified as a potential install site for CircoSense, with a traditional gas fired calorifier system. CircoSense3000 was installed at the school on a ‘Proof of Concept’ basis, whereby the device is put in for a…Read More
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