EnergyDeck joins IDEALondon

Nic Mason

Nic Mason

Nov. 7, 2014

EnergyDeck is excited to announce that we’ve moved offices and are now located at the IDEALondon innovation centre.

The Innovation and Digital Enterprise Alliance London (IDEALondon) is a combination of a start-up accelerator and incubator space located in the heart of Shoreditch. An alliance between Cisco, UCL and DC Thomson, IDEALondon consists of top-quality workspace, mentoring and business support from the partners to support the development and growth of all 16 start-ups in the community.

EnergyDeck were successful in gaining sponsorship from Cisco to enter the space, and we’re looking forward to spending the next year exploring the opportunities provided, looking for potential collaborations with the community, and overall just really getting stuck in to delivering an even better energy and environmental data management platform for our users.

Drop by and say hi if you’re ever in the area!


Tags:   company updates

RBS names EnergyDeck as a Finalist in the UK’s largest search for new ‘green’ innovation

Nic Mason

Nic Mason

Oct. 21, 2014

RBS has selected EnergyDeck as a finalist in the Innovation Gateway; a major international search for new ways of reducing energy, water and waste.

Launched in March this year, the RBS Innovation Gateway attracted more than 140 submissions in just 40 days, from brand new concepts through to market-ready products and services.

The ideas came from innovators and small businesses (SMEs) around Britain and the world, from Perth in Scotland to Perth in Western Australia. The best ideas will be tested on the RBS estate of 2,500 buildings and branches in the UK.


Tags:   awards, company updates

“Set it and forget it” OR “Occupants rule”?

Benjamin Kott

Benjamin Kott

Oct. 8, 2014

We’ve all heard the horror stories about some of the highest rated LEED and BREEAM buildings being some of the worst culprits in terms of actual, operational energy and resource consumption (measured typically in kWh / m2, and several other metrics, provided there is enough data available). When the designers of such buildings are asked why their models differ so dramatically from reality, the answer is almost always the same: the building isn’t used in the way it was designed for.

When asked to explain what that actually means, feedback tends to differ. Sometimes it’s a specific (new / sensitive / not properly commissioned etc.) piece of equipment that doesn’t work as expected. In other cases, the building is used by multiple tenants vs. a single one, other times twice as many people have been crammed into the space etc – but in general terms it all comes down to one stakeholder group: the occupants!


Tags:   events

Model and track complex buildings in EnergyDeck

Bruno Girin

Bruno Girin

Aug. 15, 2014

You may have noticed over the past few weeks that the way sites are presented on EnergyDeck has changed considerably.

For one thing, you can now get up and running much faster with our simpler site creation forms, while at the same time we’ve added tabs to give you the option to capture much more additional information about your building and how you use it.

As well as these two changes, there was an even more fundamental update relating to how buildings are conceptualised on EnergyDeck.

From the beginning, we have provided users with the ability to create sites and subsites. This meant you could create a building and then model individual areas inside that building, for example floors. However, if you wanted to go further and divide the areas into smaller areas, for example divide the floors into individual rooms, you couldn’t.

But that was then, and this is now: we’ve lifted this limitation meaning you can now divide and subdivide a building to your heart’s content!


Tags:   features

EnergyDeck signs Reseller Agreement for Cyprus

Michael Charalambous

Michael Charalambous

May 8, 2014

We are delighted to announce that SPIMA recently signed a reseller agreement with EnergyDeck to provide its customers with an affordable and scalable energy management solution. SPIMA was formed in 1990 to serve the needs of the materials handling sector in Cyprus, especially in the areas of warehouse storage systems. The company's activities include a full range of supplies and services for the logistics industry. The latest announcement will see Spima entering the energy market through innovative products, as well as the offering of Energy Management through EnergyDeck.

Read more about SPIMA.


Tags:   company updates

Read About

company updates

28 Articles

features

24 Articles

awards

7 Articles

IoT

6 Articles

advice

5 Articles

energy efficiency

4 Articles

policy

4 Articles

ESOS

3 Articles

case studies

2 Articles

efficiency

2 Articles

energy

2 Articles

events

2 Articles

Jobs

2 Articles

Better Buildings Partnership

1 Article

GRESB

1 Article

metering

1 Article

R&D

1 Article

REEB

1 Article

smart meters

1 Article