Survey finds lack of tools hinders building energy savings
No matter how enthusiastic facilities managers are about cutting energy, many are “cautious” about energy reduction targets and feel hindered by a lack of tools, writes Energy Live News.
A recent survey by the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) and the National Energy Foundation (NEF) flags up some worrying statistics.
It suggests those in charge of buildings’ energy use still lack metering and monitoring tools to establish accurate baselines and track their progress.
A massive majority (90%) of respondents knew their yearly energy costs – but that still suggests one in 10 don’t.
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