Presenting the benefits of BEMSs

Published:  04 July, 2013

Trend Control Systems, BMS, BEMS

Trend describes its energy micro-site as a resource that will provide building owners and facilities managers with the latest information on reducing energy consumption using a building energy management system (BEMS). As well as having regular news updates, Twitter feds and links to relevant external web sites, the energy microsite also features a series of three videos identifying the key benefits of a BEMS and how it can provide energy and cost savings.

The video ‘Out of control’ looks at what can happen if a building does not use a BEMS to monitor and manage energy use. ‘Take back control’ examines how an energy audit can identify ways to optimise the system. ‘In control’ provides an overview of how to maximise a building’s energy-saving potential.

There are also blogs about the latest industry issues and developments.

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