Repsol develops smart energy management system that improves customer efficiency
Authors: Ernesto Barrios
- Repsol’s smart energy management system could reduce energy consumption in climate control systems by up to 20% and up to 40% in cold chain logistics.
- This technology, developed at the Repsol Technology Lab, will be tested in real-world com-mercial and industrial scenarios through agreements with various industry-leading compa-nies.
- This technological product marks an advance in Repsol’s customer-centered strategy and offers a unique and differential value proposal that is tailored to customer needs and contrib-utes more efficient energy use.
- Energy efficiency is one of the pillars on which the company has based its strategy to achieve zero net emissions by 2050.
A solution adapted to each industrial sector
Thanks to the agreement signed with CBRE, a top-ranked international consulting and real estate services firm, installation of the EMS at the De la Vega Business Park will optimize the climate control systems at the 23,000-square-meter office complex, comprised of four buildings located in the suburb of Alcobendas just outside Madrid. Built in 2000, the business park has also received the LEED Gold Certification follow-ing recent renovations.