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The Energy Blind Spots - Are UK hi-tech manufacturers obtaining maximum benefit from their critical plant and equipment data?

The Energy Blind Spots - Are UK hi-tech manufacturers obtaining maximum benefit from their critical plant and equipment data?

The UK government believes the country’s hi-tech industries will be the engine of economic growth and prosperity.

However, these industries, whilst being world-leading, are increasingly facing a growing number of energy-related headwinds that are impacting profitability and competitiveness, while still being expected to deliver on sustainability.

CIM spoke directly to Facilities Managers to understand their view.

Key learning points:

  • What issues currently exist for FMs as they operate under looming NetZero and sustainability targets?
  • Is technology holding them back, and are they getting the benefits they should?
  • How can data and digitisation support Manufacturers and FMs in their NetZero journeys, while still maintaining CAPEX / OPEX budgets?

About CIM
CIM creates innovative data analytics software that helps run large buildings at their peak performance. Our flexible SaaS PEAK Platform integrates building intelligence, machine learning and technical engineering support to improve efficiency, sustainability, compliance and comfort across any building type. CIM has a proven industry track record across many industries including; commercial office and retail buildings, Life Sciences and micro-electronics manufacturing plants, real estate investment trusts and large property portfolios. Global fortune 500 companies partner with CIM to digitise, optimise & future proof their buildings resulting in actionable data-driven insights on the operational performance of their sites, delivering economic and environmental benefits for Building Owners and Operators.

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