Shopping centerCheck the shopping center energetically and optimize it individually
The dream of all shopping mall operators: Many people with full pockets. For this, shopping centers try to master the squaring of the circle energetically. What doesn't always make sense: at minus ten degrees, the inside is heated and the front door remains open. In summer the other way around: inside is cooled and at the same time the heat is let in through the entrance portals. The architecture often does the rest: generous, high openness with gigantic glass surfaces seduces you into relaxed shopping and at the same time swallows warmth and cold in rough quantities.
Where is energy lost?
One of the central issues in our view of shopping centers is tracking down the elements that generate losses. Where does energy get lost on the way & nbsp; due to the condition of the lines, where due to the structure? And where - as is often the case in shopping centers - do you warm the cold away or cool it? We advise how these errors can be meaningfully eliminated or reversed, e.g. we take the resulting waste heat to where it is needed and can be used instead of cooling it down.
Assign correct costs
The biggest challenge in shopping centers is the tenant mix and the associated individual billing. On the one hand, we clarify how individual tenants who are supplied centrally are correctly billed on shared space. We have developed different models for this the individual, small-scale rental spaces are individually and inexpensively provided with electricity, heating and cooling.
It is exciting to secure billing for existing shopping centers. The cables run through the shops at a height of three meters, and the tenant has integrated them individually into his store concept. The question of where the meter is has caused gray hair to grow many times.
We therefore measure the building at the beginning:
- Where is what in which capacity?
- Where is something about, where is it undersized?
- Where are losses, where is energy lost on the way?
- Are there quantities that are not recorded at all?
- Where do you warm the cold away?
We provide independent advice on all topics related to energy efficiency, but we can also take on any type of implementation for you, from billing to setting up your own networks. So far, we have found in every shopping center in the investment phase that electricity is usually cheaper than from public supply if we build our own network, i.e. set up an area network.
Shopping centers have to master the squaring of the circle and, despite the generous architecture and small-scale tenant mix, they have to be set up in an energetically economical way.