The Reduction in the Cost of Heating Hot Water at CBRE

Wednesday 21st November 2018
15:20  -  15:40

Theatre :  Facilities, Technology and Innovation 

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CBRE installed the CircoSense technology at the Tower of London as a ‘proof of concept’. The device resulted in 32.5% savings on the cost of heating hot water at the site, with a payback period of 2.75 years. In addition, the CircoSense unit reduced the annual carbon emissions by 9.2 tonnes. Since then CBRE have rolled the technology out to other sites including a Post Office site, a University and are looking at further installations.

Craig McKendrickCraig McKendrick UK Sales Manager
CircoSense
Ian ShawIan Shaw Energy Manager and Head of Technical (Energy) Development
CBRE

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