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EnergyLab Smart Building Series.

HFM representatives in EnergyLab's Smart Buildings panel sessions

HFM was recently invited to join EnergyLab’s panel sessions on their Smart Building Series.

The main topics addressed during these events were: “How can building automation benefit both occupants and the electricity grid?” & “The opportunities behind Demand-side Management”

Demand-side Management

The Demand-side Management panel was held at EY Perth on the 11th April 2019.

The panellists were:

  • Bevan Tyler, General Manager, HFM Asset Management.
  • Aidan Jenkins, CEO, Infinite Energy
  • Fabian Le Gay Brereton, General Manager Digital & Advisory, ERM Power
  •  Elizabeth Aitken, General Manager Operations, Perth Energy

Building Automation

The WA Building Automation panel took place on the 13th March 2019 at EY, Perth.

The panellists were:

  • Beth Morris, Engineering Consultant, HFM Asset Management.
  • Brett Savill, CEO, Quantify Technology.
  • David Wilson, Energy Consultant, Energetics.
Bevan tyler, Aidan jenkins, Fabian Le Gay Brereton, Elizabeth Aitken, speakers of Energy lab,
Beth Morris at the Energy Lab event in Western Australia

Clean energy

EnergyLab is doing a great job promoting clean energy which is a key component to achieve Australia’s net-zero emissions goal by 2030.

At HFM, our engineers are continuously developing cost-effective solutions  for a better future. However, it’s important to remember that renewable energy is not the only solution when it comes to saving energy.

Typically, before installing renewable systems at any site HFM would recommend conducting an energy audit to identify energy efficiency opportunities, as there is no point using the electricity that a brand-new solar PV system produces for purposes that could have been completely avoided.

An on-site inspection coupled with analysis of your sites’ historical performance will enable HFM to provide you with a prioritised list of action items to improve performance and reduce costs. This will include an initial energy efficiency assessment of whether solar PV is a viable option for your site.

To find out more contact one of our consultants today.

Typically, before installing renewable systems at any site HFM would recommend conducting an energy audit
The takeaway message of these events was that both Automation & Demand-side Management can help buildings significantly improve their energy efficiency.

EnergyLab

Congratulations to EnergyLab for putting together these successful events and for their ongoing efforts to promote clean energy.

EnergyLab is an Australian platform that provides support to launch and grow new energy businesses, they run events regularly and have a vision of “a world powered by 100% clean energy”.

HFM is proud to support events like these and share knowledge across our industry.

We offer tailored Engineering Solutions to improve the efficiency of any type of site, anywhere in Australia.

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