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Commercial building owners can save up to 29% in energy by tuning equipment and systems to work efficiently.
We’ve worked with a range of commercial building owners to significantly reduce their emissions and save money through cost effective improvements and upgrades.
Select your building size to see what’s possible:
If you’re interested in auditing your building’s performance, find out what service provider delivered audits to the commercial buildings under our program in the list below.
Identified annual savings: 27,00kWh in electricity
Service provider used: Programmed
Identified annual savings: 185,000kWh in electricity and 14,000MJ in gas.
I’ve gained a greater awareness of the efficiency opportunities available in buildings like ours.
John, building owner
Identified annual savings: 38,658kWh in electricity and 75,725MJ in gas.
Service provider used: Airmaster
We’ve definitely achieved bill savings, and there’s also been a substantial increase in staff awareness about energy efficiency – they’re much more conscious of switching air conditioning off when leaving a meeting room.
Keith, Engineering Manager
Identified annual savings: 21,902kWh in electricity.
Identified annual savings: 19,521kWh in electricity and 27,889MJ gas.
Service provider used: Energy Action
Senior executives have mentioned how happy they are with indoor temperatures. There has also been a decrease in temperature complaints so that’s saved time and effort for our team.
Erietta, Senior Officer
Identified opportunities: thermal comfort monitoring technology to monitor and address air conditioning issues.
Identified annual savings: 26,000kWh in electricity
Identified opportunities: upgrades to solar PV system
Identified annual savings: electricity generation of 39,604kWh
Identified annual savings: 32,110kWh in electricity.
Service provider: GHD
Identified annual savings: 12,796kWh in electricity and 235,808MJ in gas.
Complaints have reduced, and the new meters and sensors allow me to troubleshoot my problems instantly from my laptop.
Rob, Facility Manager
Identified annual savings: 109,644kWh in electricity and 1,056,842MJ in gas.
Service provider used: GHD
This has given me a much greater knowledge and awareness of the efficiency opportunities available in buildings like outs.
John, building owner
Identified annual savings: 569,011kWh in electricity and 3,197,914MJ in gas.
Service provider used: Allstaff and NDY
Previously the heating and cooling systems were fighting each other. Now, we have much greater consistency in floor temperatures, and we can detect and rectify issues before they reach complaint level. Complaints have greatly reduced and there’s not much manual intervention now.
Manoj, Facility Manager
Identified annual savings: 141,134kWh in electricity and 1,126,983MJ in gas.
Service provider used: Allstaff
Identified annual savings: 124,709kWh in electricity.
Identified annual savings: 466,443kWh in electricity
Identified annual savings: 48,526kWh in electricity and 662,168MJ in gas.
We’ve reduced demand on our HVAC system, stabilised our indoor temperatures, and we have happier tenants.
Andrew, Facility Manager
Identified annual savings: 284,000kWh in electricity and 775,994MJ in gas.
We expect these upgrades will improve our NABERS rating, which will help us to lease out vacant floors.
Joe, Facility Manager
Identified annual savings: 531,911kWh in electricity and 729,106MJ in gas.
Service provider used: Napier and Blakeley and Allstaff
We’ve seen a significant reduction in temperature complaints, and a substantial drop in energy bills.
Craig, Building Service Provider
Identified annual savings: 563,576kWh in electricity and 3,230,260MJ in gas.
The building service providers are now working more collaboratively to fix problems, rather than working separately and creating more system inefficiencies. This is a new approach for the mid-tier office sector.
Darren Blake, Programmed.