When you walk through this place, you feel different. Australia feels different. Maybe for the first time, you know where you are.John Patten, Manager of Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre at Melbourne Museum
After a Detailed Facility Study, Siemens’ improvement proposal offered the best outcomes for the customer in terms of maximizing project value and energy savings. Siemens experts proposed a selectively descoping solution with a comprehensive selection of efficiency improvements. Among others, HVAC, lighting and water efficiency upgrades were implemented. The proposed set of services has already achieved a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 35 percent and of electricity costs by 32 percent.
3,000 data points managed by the state-of-the-art building management platform Desigo CC enable centralized control over the upgraded assets in the building. This way, Melbourne Museum always has the right conditions for the objects and the museum’s visitors – and becomes an example of managing buildings with high visitor numbers in cities having to cope with very high temperatures.
The Energy Performance Contracting guarantees the agreed savings with a payback time of only seven years.
Navigator – the cloud-based energy and sustainability platform, ensures that Melbourne Museum fulfills its mission in the most efficient way possible. Using data-driven performance optimization services, it provides centralized energy and sustainability performance intelligence – and processes all data generated by the museum’s system. This allows the building to tell its operators exactly what it needs to work as efficient and sustainable as possible.
This way, Melbourne Museum don’t just preserve the objects in their care, but the resources in the wider world, too.
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