More Solutions - Case Studies
Elean Power Station, at 38MW, is the largest straw burning power station in the world generating over 270GWh each year. More Solutions Ltd were involved initially to maintain the existing system when the original installers were unable to do so.
Monthly usage reports are generated automatically allowing analysis of the usage within each faculty right down to how the energy was used, ie lighting, heating etc. By entering the energy costs into the server a detailed costing sheet can be produced and each faculty can be charged accordingly for their energy usage.
More Solutions Ltd developed a web-based system to monitor compressor installations to enable Ingersoll Rand to respond quickly to problems if they occurred, and to provide remote access to compressor management information in a controlled way from anywhere with an Internet connection.
More Solutions was responsible for the software for the Clipsal C-Bus lighting management system for a number of International Football stadiums. Whilst many large industrial buildings also have a mix of scenarios with different areas, large stadiums have the added complication of the amount of power required to bring on all the lights for national and international competitions.
More Solutions developed, installed and commissioned a stadium lighting control system for Manchester City Stadium, used for the 2002 Commonwealth Games and now the home of Manchester City Football Club.
In the pharmaceutical industry, the storage of drugs is heavily regulated and in particular the temperatures of huge warehouses of product must be monitored and managed to ensure safe storage temperatures are maintained.
The Royal Festival Hall needed to update its energy management systems not only to enable energy saving but also to accurately measure where power was being used and allocate costs to each user as a true reflection of use.
At the Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, More Solutions has just completed the replacement of the non-functioning, obsolete Switch Plan system and has replaced it with a modern C Bus system from Schneider. The lighting control system installed, now not only gives back the control of the building to the occupiers, but also allows automatic light switching in all rooms.