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  • SPIE Wins £2.6m Contract for Installation Upgrade at Manchester Airport | SPIE

    The energy-efficient, low maintenance and controllable tunnel lighting system will significantly reduce the energy consumption and running costs compared to the existing installation, whilst complying with the latest standards. Philip Kinsella, Operations Director of SPIE UK's Industrial Services division, comments
  • Bordeaux Métropole chooses SPIE for its smart digital territory pilot scheme | SPIE

    The aim of this smart digital territory pilot scheme is to reduce energy consumption and collect data on a range of public facilities with a view to optimising the services that the metropolitan authority provides to users. Selected as part of the tender launched by Bordeaux Métropole, SPIE ICS has just begun work in the Matmut Atlantique area to install 500 IoT* sensors on more than 200 lamps and a range of public facilities, including an electric charging station, an access control bollard, sorting containers, litter bins and public buildings (technical management and energy monitoring)
  • Expert opinion - Smart buildings: a rapidly evolving ecosystem | SPIE

    The stated objective is to have a property portfolio for which all of the buildings have been renovated in accordance with 'the low-energy building ' standards or similar by)2050 (1 There is therefore an obligation to reduce the energy consumption of commercial buildings by at least 60 % by 2050 when compared with 2010
  • SPIE guides the municipality of Schagen towards energy efficicency neutrality | SPIE

    This major operation will reduce CO 2 emissions, energy consumption and energy costs, bringing Schagen a step closer to becoming a fully sustainable and energy neutral municipality... In the coming year, the outdated, non- energy-efficient lighting will be replaced, which will reduce the costs of repairs, CO2 emissions, energy consumption and energy costs
  • SPIE reduces energy costs at Muldentalkliniken hospitals | SPIE

    SPIE reduces energy costs at Muldentalkliniken hospitals SPIE, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, delivers energy savings at Muldentalkliniken hospitals in Grimma and Wurzen. Muldentalkliniken GmbH commissioned SPIE to plan, install and operate two combined heat and power plants and absorption chillers. In the framework of energy performance contracting, the multi-technical service provider financed the initial investment
  • Hospital Klinikum am Bruderwald: SPIE's "energy efficiency" innovations honoured | SPIE

    A new energy management system also helps technicians on site to continuously monitor energy consumption and further improve energy efficiency with quick adjustments. These optimisation measures significantly reduce the 768- bed hospital's expenditure and cut its CO2 emissions by 6 500 tonnes a year
  • SPIE Develops Unique Engineering Solution for the Shell Centre; Protecting the River Thames Aquatic life | SPIE

    Within the design solution, SPIE also provided increased capability to deliver enhanced" free cooling" at certain times of the year to reduce the total energy consumption of the overall system. All solutions had to be inspected by the UK Environmental Agency, which confirmed its agreement to SPIE's distinctive solution
  • SPIE to renovate drawbridges in Alkmaar | SPIE

    An approach has been chosen that reduces the forces on the foundations as much as possible in order to prevent subsidence. In addition to the advantage of a lighter (and therefore cheaper) construction, a lower total weight also means lower energy consumption
  • SPIE awarded "CHP Plant of the Year 2018" | SPIE

    The conventional CHP plant was replaced by a more powerful one in 2016. In 2018, approximately 50 percent of the hospital's electricity and 54 percent of its heat consumption have been covered by the new CHP plant... The primary energy requirement was reduced by 26 percent compared to the separate production of electricity and heat
  • SPIE customer scheme wins award | SPIE

    Electricity and gas consumption have been reduced by at least 74 %. In total, AIXTRON SE saves more than EUR 200 000 a year with the support of the experts from SPIE Energy Solutions GmbH. This shows what effective and tailored solutions SPIE develops and implements jointly for its customers. Additional scheme nominated