Case Studies

Saving The Force

An initiative by Bedfordshire Police force to improve its energy efficiency has delivered a 25% cut in power bills in two years through a mix of energy saving initiatives, including the use of a Sinergy portable sub-metering unit.

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£65,000 Savings In Just One Week

An e-Tracker sub-metering unit was used to get an in-depth view of energy usage over one week. When the stats were examined the company discovered its electricity meters were making incorrect readings. The matter was taken up with the power supplier and a refund of £65,000 issued along with an assurance that future bills would be correct.

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‘Green’ University Opts For Escot System

Escot, a clip-on sub-metering system by Sinergy, is making easy work of monitoring the energy consumption of Manchester Metropolitan University’s (MMU) environmentally-friendly Crewe campus in a drive to better inform the facility and its students about energy usage and enable it to further reduce its carbon footprint.MMU is championing environmental measures through a raft of initiatives involving heating, lighting, energy and waste.

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k-Wattch has its eye on your energy consumption

Measuring power consumption in a wide variety of locations is now easier and quicker thanks to the launch of k-Wattch, a portable hand-held energy monitor developed as part of the Sinergy range.

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Sub-metering – Benefits and applications

To measure is to manage – and there’s no better way of doing it than by using a Sinergy sub-metering solution.

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Cyprus power authority specifies Sinergy Escot sub-metering

Managing the electrical power demands of a tourist hot spot is a challenge for many growing and established holiday destinations – and this is particularly the case in Cyprus where the population virtually trebles during the summer season.

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Sinergy monitors European Family Holiday Group

Sinergy was called in to survey the sites’ electrical demand/usage over a four week period when the facilities were operating at near maximum capacity.

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