In this blog Data Systems Technician, Luke Ardolino, looks at the Active Office energy data at a high level to see what changes have made to our energy usage profile.
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Innovative design and pioneering technology helped Swansea University scoop for a top award for one of its highest-profile new buildings. The Active Office, which demonstrates… Read More »Active Office scoops top honour at building awards for Swansea University
We’re thrilled to announce that the Active Office is following in the footsteps of its big sister, The Active Classroom, and has been shortlisted for… Read More »Celebrating Shortlist Success for the Active Office
(Written by Joanna Clarke, Buildings Integration Manager at SPECIFIC) The Active Office is now occupied by members of the new Active Building Centre (ABC) team,… Read More »Active Office: Occupied & Generating Electricity AND Heat via PV-T
A week-by-week update of the construction of the UK first Active Office
An Active Building is described as “a building that supports the wider grid network by intelligently integrating renewable energy technologies for heat, power and transport.” It also… Read More »What are Active Buildings and their core principles?
Having been running for 3 years, the Energy Storage System (ESS) in The Active Classroom is now being renewed to meet fresh challenges such as new electric vehicle charging ports, Demand Side Response projects, and energy sharing with its sister building, The Active Office.