KingPin Townsville was isolated as being a site of concern for excess electricity consumption.
The key points of concern were usage charges being applied to the landlords' embedded networks and seasonal peaks in consumption during hotter months. With year-round heat, the need to run the site HVAC more efficiently was a standout area of concern, for overall site electrical reduction.
The Building Management System (BMS) was installed in order to track & isolate spikes in the metered consumption, as well as provide the ability to better tailor the sites.
The Thermoshield coating was applied with the view to assist reducing the load on the HVAC system that runs at near peak capacity for the vast majority of the year.
The report will show the coating has been highly successful in reducing total kWh usage.
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