DATA-DRIVEN INSIGHTS TO REDUCE SITE ENERGY, CARBON AND COST
20th May 2021 – Press Release
EECO2 is proud to announce the introduction of their Life Sciences Saver, a new resource now available on the EECO2 website. EECO2’s data-driven tool allows strategic teams, energy managers, engineering directors, HSE managers, and procurement professionals to estimate a site’s potential energy, carbon and cost reduction opportunities through energy efficiency projects in the life sciences and high-tech industries.
The tool will use a site’s energy consumption data alongside industry-leading data from projects EECO2 has undertaken to provide quantitative, evidence-based savings potential. Results will provide visibility into the energy, carbon, and cost reduction opportunities available and can be used to communicate reduction targets and be a starting point on a journey to achieving sustainability goals.
The Life Sciences Saver was created with a holistic view of carbon, cost, and compliance in mind. The integrated approach acknowledges that energy alone is not enough. Risk-based analysis and careful evaluation of quality aspects provide opportunities to improve compliance while reducing energy, carbon, and cost. This is especially important due to the savings identified by the algorithm being primarily related to HVAC systems and cGMP areas. HVAC systems within regulated environments are typically responsible for consuming up to 40-80% of a site’s total energy, and therefore also tend to represent the largest opportunity for improvement.
Visit the Life Sciences Saver to gain an insight into the potential savings your life sciences site could make.
EECO2 is a leading global provider of researched, tested, and proven engineered efficient and cGMP compliant solutions for the life science and high-tech industries.
Project offerings vary in size and scope, notably including delivering improvements across existing sites, considering everything from renewable energy supply to switch off optimisation plans. Clients also commission them to incorporate energy-efficient design into new capital projects through simulation and modelling. This includes reviewing plans at various stages through the design process to assess them for energy and sustainability and challenging engineering design companies to make improvements.
EECO2 hold CIBSE certified status as Low Carbon Consultants (LCC) Building Design, Building Operation and Simulation, Low Carbon Energy Assessors and ESOS Lead Assessors, and we are also members of the Energy Institute and IMEA.