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Real energy use in buildings: We have over ten years’ experience in the development and application of energy simulation, energy management practices, web services and monitoring devices in real buildings.

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Ongoing projects

BEE Group participates in the following INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS:

SHared knowledge for Energy renovation in buildings by Public Administrations
The main territorial challenge is to accelerate the implementation of EU Directives 2010/31/EU and 2012/27/EU regarding the existing stock of Mediterranean public buildings, given the specific conditions and difficulties related to EEB projects in the MED area and the associated potential of energy saving.
MED Programme

The Energy Data Innovation Network
The EDI-net objectives are to increase the capacity of public authorities to use information from short time series energy and water smart meters and information from building users, to encourage more renewable energy, increase energy efficiency and enhance the capacity of public authorities to plan and implement sustainable energy policies.
HORIZON 2020 Programme

Gestió activa intel·ligent d’energia en edificis terciaris: mercat, usuaris, càrregues i manteniment
he project aims to get 20% energy savings maintained long-term and improved effectiveness in the implementation of energy saving measures.
ACC1Ó – RIS3CAT Community

Sistema de Información Energética de Edificios en Ecuador (SIE3)
Mejora de la eficiencia ambiental mediante el ahorro energético y el uso de fuentes sostenibles (energías renovables), ahorro de agua, gestión de residuos, adaptación al cambio climático, agrodiversidad o mejora de los suelos, entre otros.
Ministerio de Asuntos Exterirores y de Cooperación – AECID

Finished projects

BEE Group have participated in the following INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS:

Saving Energy in Europe’s Public Buildings using ICT
The SmartSpaces pilot project was ambitious and complex, involving 22 partners in 11 pilot cities all undertaking slightly different approaches to addressing the use of ICT to reduce energy and water consumption in European public buildings.
ICT Policy Support programme

Semantic Tools for Carbon Reduction in Urban Planning
SEMANCO helped reduce CO2 emissions by integrating energy use information in neighbourhoods, cities and regions. It provided architects, engineers, building managers, local administrators, citizens and policy makers with tools to help them make informed decisions about how to reduce CO2 emissions in cities.

Technology transfer

In 2012, in collaboration with RSM Gasso, BEE Group set up an energy services company, Inergy to commercialize SIE and further software developments.

SIE is a Software as a Service Platform for energy management of non residential buildings, an energy management service enabling auditing, monitoring and control energy consumption in private and public buildings and public lighting systems.

It is implemented in over 6000 public buildings and 250 municipalities.


Electricity policies


Water policies


Gas policies

+1.500 GWh

Electricity consumption

+200 M€

Energy billing

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BEE Group develops advanced data analytics models for energy efficiency in buildings

  • Definition of requirements.
  • Design of architecture.
  • Implementation and fine tunning.
  • Analysis of system performance and follow up.
  • Documentation and scientific backlog.


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