Technology is rewiring our expectations for how we experience the world, and buildings are no exception. Though commercial real estate has lagged behind other sectors in digital transformation, recent shifts in the market are forcing your customers to innovate to stay competitive. What is your business doing to become more customer centric?
A new digital ecosystem – made up of artificial intelligence, billions of connected devices, fast connectivity and huge volumes of data – is transforming the workplace.
Real estate and facilities management is at a tipping point where the only way to stay ahead of challenges is to harness the power of technology.
Although the Commercial Property sector has historically lagged behind others in its investment in technology, there's a silver lining: Unseized opportunity awaits businesses in this space looking to gain a competitive edge.
Australian energy prices are rising at a staggering rate.
Digital technology is revolutionizing most industries, none more so than in the field of energy management. Easier access to computing resources via the cloud, combined with specialized analytics platforms and applications ‘on demand’, is turning the business of energy management on its head.
The GPT Group is one of Australia’s largest diversified listed property groups with US$13Bn under management. Their energy transformation achieved outstanding results with GPT rated as number 1 or 2 on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for the last seven years, and identified as a Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark leader. GPT reaped financial returns to match: $95M in avoided costs for electricity, gas and water since 2005, all whist increasing the portfolio under management by...
Optimizing your energy use at a facility level should be a key part of your strategy to drive efficiency across your organization. The best practice approach is to implement a continuous energy monitoring program. This involves identifying what is actually consuming energy in your building or facility, focusing on biggest energy consuming equipment and plant, metering these assets, establishing expected consumption profiles and an operating target for each metering point, then monitoring...
Many Envizi clients are considering the role that Solar PV may play in their organisation’s energy ecosystem. Part of the decision making process should consider how the system will be financed. We invited Todae Solar (an Envizi partner), to provide insight into solar financing through Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs).