Smart Monitoring System of Generators

The new power supply for additional welfare facilities provided to meet coronavirus social distancing requirements incorporates a smart monitoring system which switches between large and small generators depending on usage during day and night.

This will realise a 47% CO2 reduction, a cost saving of £15,000  while delivering £8,000 worth of social value.

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Monitor Report. Balfour Beatty Construction Services. Scotland. June 2020.


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