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ENERGY MANAGEMENT BROUGHT TO LIFE WITH T-MAC TECHNOLOGIES

10 September 2010

t-mac Technologies Ltd brought energy management to life at the Energy Event 2010 in Birmingham earlier this month, captivating audiences with innovations to help businesses manage and control energy usage.

The energy metering, building management and energy analysis software specialists encouraged t-mac stand visitors to experience its bespoke, easy-to-use dashboards via an interactive touch-screen system. Visitors could see how easily the t-mac system would work for their organization and the array of custom-designed energy dashboards available, including t-mac’s latest product– the energy showcasing dashboard, which was unveiled at the event

This new dashboard not only displays mains and sub metering data and energy generated from renewable sources presented back in a reader-friendly way, it also displays the weather! By using an anemometer, an instrument most commonly found in weather stations, the dashboard charts wind speed and pressure which is displayed alongside the other collected data. Combined, this provides the user with a fully updated forecast of activity inside and outside the building which can affect energy consumption within a building.

Further to this t-mac also demonstrated their unique WiST (Wireless Sensor Technology) at the event. WiST is a revolutionary battery-less technology that is easy to maintain, quick and simple to install. Visitors witnessed first-hand the flexibility of this new technology and how using WiST can reduce time and cost as well as tick every organisation’s environmentally friendly box.

Lisa Wilkinson from t-mac Technologies explains: "Even through the difficult times many businesses have faced recently, energy management and complying with ‘green’ legislation is still as important as ever. It is still firmly on the business agenda and has crossed the boundaries into even more sectors, with more companies looking for energy management solutions.

"We demonstrate how energy management technology can make significant savings for a business as well as help companies meet legislation. Our approach is a simple and stress-free process as t-mac is very adaptable. We continue to develop our product offering to ensure all businesses, no matter what the sector, can access something suitable.  We have systems ready for purchase and can also custom design a bespoke service to suit particular needs. t-mac makes it easy for businesses to significantly reduce their carbon footprint and boaster their green credentials.

"Our next exhibit will be at the Energy Solutions Expo 2010 at the London Olympia on
6 and 7 October. Our ‘try t-mac’ stand is a great way for people to get interactive with energy management, experiencing all that t-mac has to offer and seeing first hand the savings that could be made in any business."

The t-mac energy management system continues to help business across the UK to identify the energy consumption of buildings, manage their carbon footprint and minimise energy waste, via the Internet. t-mac has also developed their software system offering to meet the demands of businesses who continue to work to legislation such as Display Energy Certificates and the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme. The software can now gather the data required for reporting into easy-to-read documents necessary for businesses to present back as required.

The t-mac system operates by gathering energy consumption information from utilities or sources of power such as lighting and air conditioning units. By monitoring and controlling the energy consumption and emissions from these devices businesses can develop a solution for minimising waste and reducing financial outgoings.

Businesses can set criteria on the energy conditions of the chosen equipment via t-mac, for example optimum heating levels and lighting on/off times, to ensure that potential energy sapping devices stay within preset 'carbon friendly' ranges. t-mac can also alert businesses via text message or email when equipment operates outwith preset ranges.

As it works via the internet, t-mac is fully interactive from any location 24 hours a day, seven days a week, users can log on to their t-mac webpage and turn temperatures gauges up/down, or turn on/off the lights instantly without having to go on site.

It can also highlight which equipment is using more energy and why and creates a plan to reduce energy consumption, improve equipment performance and gain best practice techniques – full energy management for any building.


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