Creating the building blocks of the future
The introduction of cellular IoT connectivity to the property sector is opening up new levels of digital energy management and optimization, while also boosting property value, minimizing energy costs and reducing carbon emissions. In this case study, we dive deeper into challenges that the property sector faces and benefits that connected smart buildings can bring.
Reduced energy consumption
In this study, the example property owner reduced energy costs by 10%, gaining about €158,000 in gross annual value.
Lowered CO2 emissions
CO2 emissions stemming from energy use were lowered by 9% thanks to proper energy management and optimization.
Increased property value
By reducing energy costs by 10%, total value of property holdings increases by €250 000 in our use case study.
With digital controls, facility managers can regulate temperature changes remotely, respond faster to tenant complaints and address potential issues before it becomes a bigger problem.
Currently, the property sector faces several challenges. Urbanization, energy management, increasing pressures to lower the carbon footprint and energy inefficient buildings that are older than 50 years, are to name a few. Many of these problems can be addressed digitally through energy management enabled by cellular IoT connectivity. Sounds interesting?