Free Demo: Digital Energy Services for Healthcare

At IES, we believe Digital Twins are the key to decarbonising the built environment. Fully scalable from a single building or across a portfolio, our technology goes beyond BIM to create a live Digital Twin which responds and behaves like its real world counterpart. Delivering the data-driven information needed to uncover significant energy, carbon, capital and operational savings. 

Following the recent release of the NHS Net-Zero Building Standard, watch our on-demand free demo covering our Digital Energy Services for Healthcare. 

This webinar demonstrates how you can leverage digital twin technology to better understand and improve the energy efficiency of your systems and buildings. Allowing you to mitigate rising energy costs and undertake detailed investment grade assessments of different energy conservation and renewable technology options to set you on course for Net-Zero. 

This webinar showcases the capability of IES’ suite of Digital Twin technology, using real-life Healthcare examples to exhibit different end use cases and deliverables.

What is covered?

  • Introduction to IES’ digital energy services for healthcare
  • Assessing campus and portfolio performance and identifying key areas for improvement
  • Investigating suitable energy conservation measures (ECMs) and developing investment grade plans
  • Tracking expected impact and ensuring savings are achieved once ECMs are implemented
  • Q&A

Event Speakers: 

  • Chris Brown, Public Sector Lead England
  • David Ross, ICL Partner Operations Manager
  • Mark Gifford, Associate Director, Energy Services

What our customers are saying

"IES and Mabbett & Associates have worked closely with NHS Health Facilities Scotland to develop this innovative report on recent performance gaps and future modelling in two exemplar inpatient and outpatient new build projects to provide tools that should enable better, more sustainable facilities and ultimately improved service outcomes for users."

Susan Grant

Principal Architect, NHS Health Facilities Scotland

"Now that many of the ‘quick win’ and short payback measures have been implemented, the organization now needs to work hard to achieve the 2020 target and seek transformational change in order to achieve the 2050 target."

Fiona Daly

Associate Director of Sustainability and Patient Transport, Barts Health NHS Trust