The Joseph Priestley Building is home to Queen Mary University of London’s (QMUL) chemical scientists. QMUL recently invested £5.2 million into the building’s refurbishment, including a new undergraduate teaching lab to create a cutting-edge learning and teaching space.
Sandicliffe is an award-winning motor group that started in 1948, with 10 dealerships across the Midlands. Working as a business partnership, both the Sandicliffe and Carbon Numbers uses an EnPC, or Energy Performance Contract. This is where the customer is best advised on how to improve their facility’s energy efficiencies, and in turn, energy conservation measures that are implemented begin to generate sufficient savings to pay for the project, making this a cost neutral process.
Daiwa Capital Markets Europe Limited, an award winning investment bank, has entered a 5 year Energy Performance Contract (EnPC) with Carbon Numbers The agreement will see Carbon Numbers support the City of London based Daiwa in reducing carbon emissions by 3426 mega watts and prevent 1546 tonnes of CO2 being produced with up to 18% savings to be made.
Supporting QMUL with the application of the government funded Salix Grant, Carbon Numbers were contracted with delivering a turnkey solution which included a full energy evaluation using our energy data profiling, a full review and design, H&S including full cdmc responsibilities and all commissioned and hosted on a cloud based system.
to use IoT technologies and data driven strategies to reduce carbon, costs and improve the working environment in all facilities.