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Senselogix

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Senselogix profile

SenseLogix provide energy-smart building solutions using its award winning energy management platform, EnergyLogix, to deliver energy insight and demand side management as part of an enterprise-wide energy management platform.

Founded in 2009 SenseLogix now has offices in St. Asaph, Newton Aycliffe and has recently opened its commercial head office in Chester. The company is supported by the Carbon Trust and was named as a Carbon Trust Entrepreneur fast-track company, formerly the business incubator scheme – SenseLogix has recently secured £1M investment from CT Investment Partners to support expansion.

The EnergyLogix energy management platform provides a wide range of energy reduction and efficiency applications – all built into a single platform – that can be tailored into individual building solutions as part of an enterprise platform. This enables energy reduction and efficiency systems to be implemented that meet the exact needs of the building and its occupants, whether a school, office, hospital, industrial plant or retail premises.

EnergyLogix is easy to use and manage by the end client. Online dashboards and in-building displays are available to promote engagement, by users, colleagues and indirect stakeholders.

The platforms ability to manage small power equipment including PCs, IT peripherals, water heaters, vending and desk power enables reductions in ‘vacant building’ energy baselines by as much as 75% on managed equipment, with overall savings in excess of 25% off the energy bill easily achievable.

Savings can also be made through use of the systems automatic monitoring and targeting (aM&T) solution. According to the Carbon Trust, the effective implementation of an aM&T can provide savings between 8 – 16% by targeting key buildings and high areas of consumption in order to identify issues and implement corrective actions.

Therefore the ability to manage the entire user environment allows a building’s energy consumption to be driven by how it is used, rather than how it is programmed. This provides highly intelligent ‘demand-led’ energy efficiency, delivering highly energy efficient buildings.