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Thermal comfort – why it is key to maintaining healthy buildings

Thermal comfort – why it is key to maintaining healthy buildings

Thermal comfort, by definition, is ‘that condition of mind which expresses satisfaction with the thermal environment’. Within the built environment, it can have a big impact on health, wellbeing and productivity. David Walsh explains why maintaining optimal thermal comfort conditions is critical to successful building management and operating healthy buildings.

Data is the key to optimising energy performance

Data is the key to optimising energy performance

The data from many of our customer sites across Australia have told a very intriguing story about the impact of COVID-19 on energy consumption, particularly among shopping centres. The results are now available in the CIM Retail Energy Index.

How ISO50001 and building analytics align

How ISO50001 and building analytics align

Paul Walsh reflects on the alignment of data analytics to the ISO50001 energy management standard, and offers practical tips on how organisations can achieve the goals of the standard much faster and more cost effectively.

Case studies

99 Elizabeth Street

99 Elizabeth Street

Find out how Kyko Group leveraged PEAK to achieve a 5.5 NABERS star rating in three years and an investment payback of 6 months.

Adelaide Airport

Adelaide Airport

Find out how our smart building analytics technology is fast-tracking Adelaide Airport’s quest to become the most sustainable airport in the world.

Melbourne Museum

Melbourne Museum

Cultural institutions have complex building operations challenges. Learn how PEAK identified and fixed more than 100 BMS and asset faults at Melbourne Museum and delivered a return on investment in five months.

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