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T-Mac Technologies will showcase its carbon-footprint-reducing technology at this year’s Energy Event, which is due to take place at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham on 9-10 September.

The company’s energy management system helps businesses to identify the energy consumption of buildings, manage their carbon footprint and minimise energy waste – all via the internet.

Visitors to the T-Mac stand – number 116 – will be able to ‘test T-Mac’ through an interactive touch-screen system.

The technology shows how the system works and demonstrates the range of custom-designed energy dashboards on offer.

Delegates will also be invited to enter a competition to win a T-Mac system, which can help shave up to 25 per cent off their business utility bills.

The prize, worth up to GBP10,000, also includes technical support and a custom-designed energy dashboard for a year.

Lisa Wilkinson from T-Mac Technologies said: ‘Through the application of energy management technology, businesses can cut their carbon footprint and increase their “green” credentials significantly.

‘At this year’s Energy Event, we are keen to showcase the expansion of our wireless and Zigbee technology and the range of energy-showcasing dashboards we have on offer.

‘Dashboards range from operation and maintenance manuals and floor plans of energy consumption to displays used for corporate social responsibility purposes and dashboards to prove that businesses are sticking to government legislation such as Display Energy Certificates,’ she added.

The T-Mac system operates by gathering energy consumption information from utilities or sources of power such as lighting and air-conditioning units.

By monitoring and controlling the energy consumption and emissions from these devices, businesses can develop a solution for minimising waste and reducing financial outgoings.

Businesses can set criteria on the energy conditions of the chosen equipment via T-Mac, such as optimum heating levels and lighting on/off times, to ensure that potential energy-sapping devices stay within preset ‘carbon-friendly’ ranges.

T-Mac can also alert businesses via text message or email when equipment operates outwith preset ranges.

It works via the internet, meaning that it is fully interactive from any location 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Users can log on to the T-Mac webpage and turn temperatures gauges up and down or turn lights on or off instantly without having to go on site.

T-Mac can highlight which equipment is using more energy and why and creates a plan to reduce energy consumption, improve equipment performance and gain best-practice techniques.

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