CEEP for breakfast
On Wednesday 5th April 2017 over 30 eco|Driver users & partners gathered at St Georges College, Weybridge, Surrey, UK for a breakfast seminar, to hear about new eco|Driver products, features and success stories from the eco|Driver community.
Users from industry, central government, education and commerce learnt about the successes achieved from several CEEP implementations (Collaborative Energy Efficiency Programme) and they also participated in a Utility Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) exercise.
CEEP to avoid utility waste
Matching utility Audit Reports that displayed a variety of issues to anonymous buildings, proved a taxing but enjoyable activity and it served to reinforce the central message:
One should never assume that utilities are being used efficiently. It doesn’t matter what ‘controls’ are in place or what has been ‘fixed’ in the past because things will change and things will get changed.
All you need to do however is spend just a few minutes every week with the eco|Driver Audit Module and you will pick up issues that can be easily fixed.
Advanced analytics & a new hardware module
Tom Lancefield demonstrated several new features provided by the new eco|Driver analytics module including advanced alerting and a simple but powerful mobile app.
Finally John Taylor gave a brief introduction to the new eco|Driver MDC (meter data collector) designed to capture data from co-located, sub meter installations via a variety of interfaces and to transmit data using a variety of communication methods.
If you would like a copy of the seminar presentation please contact us here