ENER-G celebrates success in prestigious building controls awards

ENER-G Controls  is celebrating success in the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) Awards.

The company's E-MAGINE Building Energy Management System (BEMS) was a finalist in the Technical Innovation of the Year (product) category, sponsored by Modern Building Services.

Steve Berry, General Manager of ENER-G Controls, said: "We are delighted that our                  E-MAGINE building energy management system has been recognised by the elite industry judges in the BCIA awards, which represent the gold standard in building energy controls. Our cloud-based technology, designed, developed and manufactured in the UK,  provides a scalable, integrated control system to reduce energy consumption in buildings by up to 30%."

A key component of E-MAGINE is an integrated front-end energy management tool called  E-VISION. This is aimed at designers, installers and end-users to help them design, commission, control, analyse and manage energy use remotely. It can be used for a broad range of applications from boilers and chillers to fan coils, domestic hot water and air filtration.

Through open protocols, E-MAGINE can integrate with existing back-office systems and third-party building control systems and equipment.

Typical return on investment ranges from 12 to 60 months, but ENER-G can finance the

E-MAGINE technology under a guaranteed savings agreement to provide organisations with immediate cost and carbon saving benefits on a pay-as-you-save basis.

ENER-G Controls specialises in the energy management of buildings and offers an end-to-end energy management service - from initial feasibility assessments, to full design, installation, commissioning and after-sales support. 

The BCI Awards were judged by a highly respected independent judging panel comprising experts from BCIA, The Building and Engineering Services Association (B&ES), Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), built environment experts BSRIA, Reading University and independent engineering experts

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