Mini Series: Hotels' environmental efforts

Episode N°4: Intelligent management

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SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

Today's final episode focuses on one of the latest innovations revolutionizing the energy efficiency sector: intelligent air conditioning and heating management.

Thanks to new technologies, it is now possible to act directly on the air conditioning and heating equipment to achieve energy savings without loss of comfort. When the hotel is equipped with a system controlled by a centralized technical management, it can be programmed and piloted in an intelligent way so as to eliminate any waste and maximize the savings. 

The implementation of such a system is an essential link in obtaining the Green Key and the European Ecolabel. It complements the efforts made mandatory by the Tertiary Decree in terms of precise knowledge of the energy consumption of tertiary buildings and the implementation of a savings plan by 2030.

The 100% software solution developed by AGRID automatically connects to your equipment without the need for any sensors, by simply downloading it. Thanks to its technology, it automatically manages in real time the fleet of reversible heating/air conditioning/heat pumps of hotels to allow savings estimated at 25% on the bill of its customers, all in full transparency and without loss of comfort for the customer. 

The advantages of such management are numerous. Thanks to the processing of a large amount of data in real time, the building can be managed automatically and in a personalized way, the software adapting itself to the needs of the hotel's customers. For example, rooms are kept at a comfortable temperature for new arrivals, avoiding the harsh effects of simply turning off the electrical systems. In addition, since no additional sensors need to be installed, no work is required, so the return on investment is immediate. Finally, the substantial savings generated are evaluated and controlled, fully in line with the action plans that commercial buildings must now propose to manage their energy consumption by 2030.