The UK Home Office

Wednesday - Jan 2, 2013

The UK Home Office have gone live with a new version of eco|Driver webView. webView2 uses a new application programmers interface (API) and a new graphical interface to generate an improved view of an organisation's energy and waste disposal performance in real time. The new webView also includes a site league chart that enables the relative performance of sites using eco|Driver to be presented in an easily understandable way.

ACS International Schools

Thursday - Jun 21, 2012

ACS International Schools (Surrey, UK) uses eco|Driver to monitor the energy performance of their three sites in Surrey (Cobham, Egham & Hillingdon). The data is captured every 30 minutes from both main utility meters (electricity & natural gas) and electricity sub-meters distributed across the sites.

NHS Brockfield House

Thursday - Jun 21, 2012

The South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (SEPT) commisioned an eco|Driver installation in April 2012 to capture and broadcast the energy performance of Brockfield House (a Mental Health Hospital in Essex). The objective of the Trust is to achieve a 25% reduction in CO2e emissions in 2014 from the base line year of 2009.

St George's College

Thursday - Jun 21, 2012

Keen to improve their sustainability and reduce their energy costs, St George's College, Weybridge have been using eco|Driver to capture and broadcast their energy consumption since 2010. The system monitors energy, natural gas and water consumption and in 2012 the system was upgraded to capture and present the renewable energy generated by on-site solar photovoltaic panels.

Ashley C of E Primary School

Thursday - Jun 21, 2012

Ashden Sustainability Award winning primary school, Ashley C of E and head teacher Richard Dunne, have been using eco|Driver since 2007 to monitor the sustainability of their Surrey school. The system captures electricity consumption and electricity generation data from an array of solar photovoltaic cells.