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operating cost savings achieved with Distributed Energy Systems
A User’s Guide to Comprehensive Energy Management
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2016 was a record year for renewable energy capacity addition around the world, driven by the falling cost of solar and wind power. Drivers for Distributed Energy Systems (DES) deployments vary based on the organization, its size, energy and sustainability challenges, and its in-house capabilities. But typically, they include cost reduction, energy efficiency, security of supply and carbon reduction. As unit prices continue to fall, and technologies mature, the opportunities offered by DES are expanding. The business case is also increasingly robust, with up to 28% in reduced operating costs and payback times as low as three years.
Making it happenWe combine the latest building technologies with powerful data acquisition, analytics and digital services capabilities that deliver new levels of building performance and insights. Incorporated with the appropriate financial solution and business model, this helps to make appropriate real estate decisions – from lease re-negotiation to asset acquisition and divestment strategies.
A cleaner energy future for buildings
Siemens is capable of designing and implementing energy production and storage strategies and systems based on your specific needs by combining the latest in power generation and management technologies, with energy expertise and advanced analytics. We can help you to become more energy-independent and resilient, ensure facility uptime, access clean and reliable energy sources, reduce operational costs – all in alignment with your corporate sustainability goals.
Smart insights for smarter building operations
Navigator – the cloud-based energy and sustainability platform from Siemens – underpins our full suite of services. It provides centralized energy and sustainability performance intelligence, with end-to-end insights into key building performance data analytics. It was ranked in the top three energy management software solutions by Verdantix in 2015.
Program delivery models to suit every need
Two major barriers typically stand in the way of efficiency projects right from the start: financing and in-house skill sets. Siemens offers flexible delivery models, from energy performance contracting to managed services agreements with the potential for off-balance treatment.