A business case requiring complete integration of an energy management system and energy legislative compliance was required by Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation trust.
For Wrightington, Wigan And Leigh NHS Foundation Trust, reducing administration time to enable a more automated energy reporting process was a key driver for change.
Another key requirement was to provide an Energy Management System that could perform the task of data integration, bringing together information from various suppliers and meters to provide real time energy analysis.
With resources already stretched within the NHS, the Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh Trust decided to take action in increasing it's internal awareness of energy performance activities, and was a major factor in determining the route forward with regards to management of it's metering, monitoring and compliance.
An extensive, integrated metering, monitoring and compliance approach through engagement with digitalenergy® provides the trust with the following benefits:
Reduced risk from compliance requirements
Efficient production of Display Energy Certificates
Comprehensive management reports
Reduction/removal of energy administration time required for bill processing and validation
Increased stakeholder engagement throughout the trust.
digitalenergy® was selected to operate alongside the installation of electrical sub-metering to ensure integration of data transfer into the software whilst also providing technical support, consultancy for energy management and compliance issues and full support for system installation, implementation and ongoing development.
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