“The depth of thought and follow-on discussion has gone well beyond the functional spec for this product. It has been a real pleasure working on this project with the TR team.”
Global Product Manager
Tuesday - Mar 12, 2013
Queen's Hospital, Romford, Essex launches their eco|Driver® webView to demonstrate their desire to minimise energy waste wherever possible. Barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust is keen to enage all stakeholders and welcomes comments and suggestions to help in their efforts to minimise energy waste, cost and carbon dioxide emissions.
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.
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.
Wednesday - Jun 20, 2012
The Ministry of Defence Main Building in Whitehall uses eco|Driver to capture and present the building's energy performance on their corporate website. The system captures electricity, natural gas and heat energy consumption (supplied by the Whitehall Combined Heat & Power system) and displays it as units, cost and CO2e, with updates every 30 minutes.
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.