In buildings many factors need to be treated in combination in order to reduce their energy consumption (building envelope, energy systems, control systems, meteorological conditions, user behaviour, etc.). Energy managers do not always have the necessary tools for obtaining and analysing data in an integrated way in order to reduce or contain the energy consumption in their buildings optimally. The decision-making process when it comes to carrying out the necessary actions for improvement is a key factor for success
SIE, Energy Information System
The application to manage all your bills and consumptions from your suppliers to save time and resources.
More than 250 institutions managing their contracts with SIE
Simulation Supported Real Time Energy Management in Building Blocks
Use power when the wind is blowing
This is also known as Demand – Response (DR), when consumers adjust their use of electricity to match what is available at the time.
SIM4BLOCKS is creating systems that encourage consumers to match their energy demand with supply rather than matching supply with demand.
What SIE makes for you
Some success stories
In order to achieve a real and continued saving we apply a basic methodology that consists of 4 points, which are technologically supported by our own ICT developments. These 4 points are:
Data collection Data collection involves continual energy monitoring of the installations, an energy audit of buildings and collection of feedback from the users. User feedback covers both evaluation of the level of comfort and suggestions for operational improvements. Data analysis and Improvement proposals Once collected, the data is analysed through the BeeData Analytics, then programming adjustments are made to improve the use of the facilities, the remote management and the control systems. Monitoring and management of proposals Once the improvements have been made we analyse the results and develop tools for visualization of the results and of the effects of subsequent actions. User Feedback Continuous training and communication actions involving building users are proposed. These actions include use of tools such as a website and mobile applications.
Experience and collaborations
INERGY With more than 6.000 public buildings and 5.000 street lighting systems All public buildings of the Government of Catalonia, 150 municipal buildings throughout Spain…
eSESH Saving Energy in Social Housing with ICT March 2010 – February 2013 European project partially funded under the ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP) as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme by the European Community
BECA Balances European Conservation Approach ICT services for resource saving in social housing 2011-2014 European project, co-funded by the ICT programme of EU. BECA involved 18 European partners.
EUDEL project Implementation of a new integrated energy management model (GIE) based on the monitoring and in the saving measures in 78 buildings of 26 Basque municipalities.
SMARTSPACES Saving Energy in Europe’s Public Buildings Using ICT 2012-2015 The project was co-funded by the European Commission within the CIP ICT Policy Support Programme.
ENCERTICUS Energy Certification, Information and Communication Technologies for User Satisfaction 2013-2015 European project, co-funded by the MED programme of EU.
SIGE Sistema Integral de Gestión Energética y Seguridad Eléctrica Company: AFEISA Objectives: Development of low-cost solutions and ICT systems for remote control and management of building installations that permits to supervise, diagnose, improve the energy efficiency and the electrical security in residential and non-residential buildings.