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Reduce consumption

  • APA Group and SPIE apply smart systems to reduce energy consumption | SPIE

    APA Group and SPIE apply smart systems to reduce energy consumption. APA Group and SPIE apply smart systems to reduce energy consumption... Plaats, 17 November 2021 -SPIE, the independent European leader in multi-technical services in the areas of energy and communications, and APA Group, join forces to develop and implement the latest solutions in intelligent automation to reduce energy consumption in buildings and industrial estates and environments
  • SPIE is boosting energy savings in the steel industry through its EMPERE solution | SPIE

    Cergy, 24 June 2021 -The Industrie division of SPIE Industrie & Tertiaire, a French subsidiary of the SPIE group, the independent European leader in multi-technical services in the areas of energy and communications, is developing its EMPERE solution to reduce the energy consumption of electric arc furnaces, used to recycle scrap metal in the steel and metal industry
  • Thésée DataCenter : data is going green | SPIE

    This project, led by the company Thésée DataCenter, would not have been possible without the SPIE ICS teams, who are providing site security and implementing state-of-the-art technology, such as artificial intelligence, to achieve ambitious energy performance targets: to reduce electricity consumption and the carbon footprint by 25 % compared with the latest colocation data centres
  • SPIE joins the European Alliance for a Green Recovery | SPIE

    With 47200 employees committed to the energy and digital transitions, SPIE supports its customers to reduce their consumption and facilitates access to low-carbon energy sources. "As a society, we're facing major environmental and social challenges
  • SPIE Efficient Facilities GmbH - the new name for the German technical facility management subsidiary - expresses the focus as a partner for a climate-neutral and digital future | SPIE

    Well-founded analyses provide us with the basis for developing tailored energy-efficiency solutions for our customers in order to reduce climate-damaging emissions and energy consumption... At the same time, digital tools enable continuous improvements for reducing consumption and CO2 emissions to be implemented and maintained without major effort and make it easier to obtain certification
  • Energy efficiency in industry | SPIE

    By helping industrial customers choose solutions that reduce energy consumption and waste, SPIE is contributing to the decarbonisation of industry, a requirement for a zero-carbon future. Read the video transcript
  • 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)
  • BIM is a powerful process for smart buildings and for developing smart grids and smart cities | SPIE

    BIM also allows us to fit out buildings and infrastructure using fewer natural resources and to drastically reduce energy consumption. What's more, using BIM can save project developers between euros 2 and euros 3 per square metre in operating and maintenance costs, which represent 70 % to 80 % of the total cost of a building
  • BIM, a powerful process | SPIE

    BIM also allows us to fit out buildings and infrastructure using fewer natural resources and to drastically reduce energy consumption. What's more, using BIM can save project developers between euros 2 and euros 3 per square metre in operating and maintenance costs, which represent 70 % to 80 % of the total cost of a building
  • Martijn de Ruijter, solutions-oriented optimist | SPIE

    "In sales terms, we take a carrot-and-stick approach, showing customers the benefits of reducing energy consumption- and reminding them of the consequences of not doing so, "explains Martijn- and offers a demonstration. Research shows that energy-efficient office buildings generate around 10 % more rental income and are valued 9 % higher on average, "he says, before cautioning that" commercial landlords whose properties do not have an Energy Label, A B, or C, on the Dutch government's scale of A to G, will now find themselves facing government-imposed fines from as early as 20 23