Case Study


Real-Time Data Analytics in the NHS

Carbon Architecture has recently held a number of webinars to introduce its cutting-edge proprietary building analytics service, InMetriks Analytics. The NHS faces a maintenance backlog of more than £9 billion, and its NetZero 2040 strategy also means that the entire estate is going through a process of rapid decarbonisation. Together, […]


Verifying the performance of more than 700 ECMs

The InMetriks Analytics Team has been given the unique opportunity to support the Greater Manchester Combined Authority, following its award of £80M in funding from the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS). The InMetriks Analytics service is now providing an advanced data management platform, which is enabling the accurate reporting of […]


BEIS Public Sector Smart Meter Guide

Carbon Architecture has recently co-authored the Public Sector Smart Meter Guide for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). This guide was commissioned to provide guidance to those public sector decision makers who are working in energy and sustainability management, in broader estates management, and in the implementation […]


Delivering BrewDog Tomorrow program

Carbon Architecture are excited to be helping BrewDog deliver their ‘BrewDog Tomorrow’ program. Through this BrewDog aims to be carbon neutral in 24 months. In a recent LinkedIn post by BrewDog co-founder James Watt, he describes Brewdog’s carbon neutral aspirations, including an ambitious target of being carbon neutral in the […]


Energy Management Challenges

Kingston Hospital, one of our clients has been featured in EMA magazine. The article describes many of the challenges facing the Trust and highlights findings from several Carbon Architecture reports. Carbon Architecture are continuing to work with the Trust to help reduce energy use through implementation of an eSight EMS system. […]


Minimising Effluent Treatment Impact

A large brewer wanted to reduce their Anaerobic Digestion Effluent Plant steam demand. The site was using 10% of their steam on the preheating demands of the plant worth £215k/year of natural gas. The primary goal was to develop a solution to satisfy the effluent plant heating demand using alternative […]


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Gas Metering: Confusing Volume Units

Gas metering installations have configuration requirements that if not followed can lead to inaccuracies in reporting. With ever increasing utility costs, carbon taxes and resource scarcity the importance of utility metering is now greater than ever. However correctly metering utilities within a site is more complex that generally thought. Whether it […]


Steam Meter

Steam Metering: Common Installation Errors

Steam metering installations have specific installation requirements that if not followed can lead to inaccuracies in readings and poor reporting With ever increasing utility costs, carbon taxes and resource scarcity the importance of utility metering is now greater than ever. However correctly metering utilities within a manufacturing site is more […]


Way forward for the NHS

Carbon Architecture featured on Decentralised Energy Website Croydon Health Services NHS Trust has benefited from an improvement of its combined heat and power technology that could serve as an example for the rest of the cash-strapped British health service. The Trust appointed Twickenham – based Carbon Architecture to analyse its […]

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It’s all about ERIC!

Dan Jackson examines the story behind the latest NHS ‘Estates Return Information Collection’ (ERIC) report and discovers how benchmarking success is proving enlightened for energy managers The Estates Return Information Collection (ERIC) is the main central data collection for hospital estates and facilities services from the NHS. It’s a resource […]

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