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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.

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.

CAA HQ (Gatwick)

Monday - Aug 19, 2013

The Civil Aviation Authority at Gatwick has recently implemeted eco|Driver® to monitor the real-time energy performance of their HQ building and using the eco|Driver® webView functionality they are easily able to share this information.

Christchurch, New Zealand, Enviroschools Schools Pilot

Tuesday - Mar 5, 2013

Three Christchurch schools have been invovled in an Enviroschools Foundation pilot programme to develop an energy efficiency curriculum based around live energy use data captured by the ecoDriver® system.  The outcome of the program is to develop eductional content that can be used throughout New Zealand by both primary and secondary schools to develop energy aware behaviour in future generatons and energy efficient practices in schools. The selected schoools are Linwood North Primary, Cashmere High School and Cashmere Primary.  Christchurch Agency for Energy, along with the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) and the Ministry of Education provided funding for the pilot programme.

Department for International Development

Thursday - Jun 14, 2012

The United Kingdom Department for International Development uses eco|Driver® webView to publish the live energy and water consumption performance of two of their UK buildings, 1 Palace Street in London and Abercrombie House in East Kilbride.