Dublin City Council case study – How to make better energy decisions and CAPEX investments across a portfolio of 15,000 meter points and vehicles

Wednesday 24th November 2021

Theatre :  Case Studies  Energy Future & Flexible Networks  Technology 

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Dublin City Council (DCC) is the largest local authority in Ireland, and one of the largest in Europe. It is central to local government in Ireland, and provides support services in the greater Dublin region to over 2 million people.

Managing the energy usage and spending across the Council’s 10,000+ assets was time consuming, inaccurate & expensive. To reduce the wastage that resulted from not having proper oversight of how energy was used, Dublin City Council chose EnergyElephant’s platform to automate and simplify their energy management process.

Joe Borza CEO and co-founder, EnergyElephantJoe Borza CEO and co-founder
EnergyElephant

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