November 17, 2021
Technology

NUS to pilot SP Group’s digital energy solutions, Tech News News & Top Stories

The National University of Singapore (NUS) will pilot SP Group’s digital energy solutions to improve energy efficiency standards. SP Group’s spokesman said the company has been in talks with NUS to deploy smart energy solutions.

The digital energy solutions will be installed at two buildings in NUS’ University Town – the Education Resource Centre and the Stephen Riady Centre – in the first half of next year.

According to SP Group, both buildings will allow the solutions to be tested effectively, with their various categories of spatial use such as offices, teaching rooms and sports facilities. They also have commercial tenants.

The solutions consist of an online portal and a mobile application tool.

The portal allows building facilities managers to keep track of the building’s aggregated water and electricity consumption, and resulting carbon emissions. This would aid users in…

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