IMServ Europe, one of the UK's largest independent energy data management providers will be showcasing Energy DataVision (EDV) 2.0, a powerful, energy management software and Control 10.
Online PR News – 21-August-2013 – Royston, England – Royston, England, August 21, 2013 -- IMServ Europe, one of the UK's largest independent energy data management providers will be showcasing Energy DataVision (EDV) 2.0, a powerful, energy management software and Control 10, a stand-alone, programmable monitoring and control device designed specifically for building energy management of smaller premises at The Energy Event 2013, (Stand B12) on 10 - 11 September at the NEC, Birmingham.
Control 10, designed specifically for smaller premises, can reduce energy use and CO2 emissions by 30%. Control 10 is complimented by EDV 2.0, THE energy visualisation tool offering total insight of energy usage.
IMServ Europe, one of the UK's largest independent energy data management providers will be showcasing Energy DataVision (EDV) 2.0, a powerful, energy management software and Control 10, a stand-alone, programmable monitoring and control device designed specifically for building energy management of smaller premises at The Energy Event 2013, (Stand B12) on 10 - 11 September at the NEC, Birmingham.
IMServ works closely with many FTSE 250 organisations and companies within the commercial and industrial sectors, processing around 20 million data items per day.
Justin Vroone, Commercial Director at IMServ explains, "Our experience has provided the perfect footing to develop this intuitive energy data visualisation software which allows organisations to capture, visualise and analyse their energy consumption and so reduce energy inefficiency, carbon emissions and unnecessary costs."
Rising energy costs and increasing pressures on organisations to monitor and manage their energy usage more effectively is driving the need to embrace energy intelligence. Corporate Social Responsibility, the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme 1, along with legislation such as the 2011 Energy Act2 (which made provision for the arrangement and financing of energy efficiency improvements) and the EC's Energy Efficiency Directive 20123 are all fuelling the requirement for organisations to monitor and visualise their energy performance in greater depth than ever before.
Justin explains, "EDV 2.0 has fulfilled the demand for an end-to-end energy management tool. While there are other suppliers who provide parts of the solution, EDV 2.0 provides everything; from data collection and storage, through to reporting and analysis."
The easy-to-use and highly secure web portal transforms raw data into intelligent information. This will then enable a company to review consumption and patterns of use in order to investigate opportunities to save energy, reduce utility costs and control emissions. The interface also provides the means to effectively demonstrate CSR credentials or produce carbon and energy compliance reports, as well as helping to make really informed decisions about future energy planning. The development of IMServ's Control 10 marks a new strategic direction for the company. The stand-alone, programmable monitoring and control device provides greater flexibility for IMServ to tailor fit its solutions to meet customer's requirements.
Traditional Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) are often too expensive for customers with smaller premises to install and the cost of site visits have also acted as an inhibitor. However, IMServ is able to keep costs low by ensuring that no site visits are required to change the settings. This is achieved by remote site management available through IMServ's "bureau team", providing customers with the reassurance of 24/7 telephone support. Customers also have quick and secure access to their data from any location using the online web portal so that heating, ventilation, air conditioning, gas, water and electricity can all be managed remotely.
Justin explains, "Customers' feedback and experience has been considered during the design of the IMServ Control 10. The product has been developed to make BEMS a cost effective solution for smaller sites. We have ensured that our controller allows versatile installation options, communications methods and hardware options to allow smaller premises to achieve an attractive ROI.
1. CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme - is a mandatory scheme (currently under review) aimed at improving energy efficiency and cutting emissions in large public and private sector organisations. These organisations are responsible for around 10% of the UK's emissions.
2. Energy Act 2011 - The Energy Act 2011 is a wide-ranging piece of legislation. Best known as the vehicle for implementing the government's flagship "Green Deal" policy, the Act also contains a number of other energy-related measures for businesses.
3. EC's Energy Efficiency Directive 2012 establishes a common framework of measures for the promotion of energy efficiency within the Union in order to ensure the achievement of the Union's 2020 20 % headline target on energy efficiency and to pave the way for further energy efficiency improvements beyond that date.
Main features of the IMServ Control 10: 6 Universal inputs 4 Digital outputs GPRS connection 256kB Flash & 16kB SRAM internal memory Modbus interface Wireless interface Alarm and trending functions Firmware update via GPRS network EDV interface or intuitive web interface
Key Benefits of the IMServ Control 10: Attractive ROI, even for sites under £6,000 annual energy bill Up to 30% reductions in energy use and CO2 emissions by automated and tracked operation Reducing operational costs while ensuring comfort during occupancy and keeping night time consumption to a minimum Reduce installation costs via integrating utility meters, AC units and other equipment using Modbus Less maintenance required through optimised operation of the building and equipment No site visits required to change settings due to remote site management Quick and secure access to data from any location using mobile devices and GPRS communication Raise energy awareness and change staff attitude towards energy savings
About Justin Vroone Justin Vroone is the Commercial Director at IMServ Europe. He has worked in the energy sector for over 17 years in areas such as gas, oil and energy saving solutions. During his time at IMServ he has been responsible for the business development and the winning of a number of high profile key accounts. Justin has also been instrumental in developing IMServ's Energy DataVision (EDV), a portal that gives management visibility on energy consumption and spend.
IMServ Europe Ltd is one of the UK's largest independent energy data management provider. The company offers carbon and energy management solutions, helping organisations across all sectors to save energy, reduce costs and control carbon.
IMServ offers an all-inclusive portfolio that covers data collection, analysis, reporting and carbon management. To date over 160,000 sites in England, Scotland and Wales are benefitting from our solutions. Follow IMServ here on Twitter.
About The Energy Event 2013 The Energy Event is the UK's leading energy exhibition and conference. It is the only energy event dedicated to energy management, efficiency and procurement. Completely free to attend, it hosts over 6,500 energy professionals who come to source new products and services from over 150 leading exhibitors, along with taking advantage of the comprehensive CPD conference programme and networking opportunities available within the two days.
The event takes place from 10th & 11th September, 2013 at NEC, Birmingham.
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