In green buildings, integrators of EnOcean-enabled devices have the freedom of placing controls at their discretion for optimal efficiency and with minimal invasiveness to the structure. For example, installing occupancy sensors that turn off lights in vacant rooms can save up to 40 percent on energy and operating costs. This new battery-free environmental awareness benefits business budgets, as well as the natural world.

Energy harvesting wireless sensor networks from EnOcean are the key to the "Intelligent Green Building"

  • Building automation optimizes energy savings and reduces operating costs by lowering total cost of ownership. Furthermore, it enhances security, protection and convenience.
  • Wireless radio technology is essential to the success of building automation. It permits the required number, functionality and flexibility of the necessary sensors. Radio technology minimizes installation times and reduces system costs.
  • No battery requirement is mandatory for larger installations. The cost to monitor, replace and recycle batteries increases with the number of installed nodes. Energy harvesting wireless sensor solutions from EnOcean are eco-friendly, comply with the principles of building biology, and save key resources.

Advantages at a glance

  • Energy savings
  • Flexibility of the applications
  • Time-savings
  • Maintenance-free
  • Ecological compatibility
  • Cost-savings

Selected case studies

O2 Headquarters (UK) - 2011

New global headquarters flagship building
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Leggat McCall Properties, Boston, MA (USA) - 2009

Retrofitting 10,000 sq. ft. of office space in 3 weeks
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Promutuel Insurance Building, Quebec City, Quebec (Canada) - 2009

New office building
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SAP Headquarters Walldorf (Germany) - 2007

Flexible Room Structure
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Olympic Village, Whistler (Canada) - 2009

Redevelopment
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MAN Werk Munich (Germany) - 2005

Redevelopment
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Agnes Karl Hospital Laatzen (Germany) - 2003

Eco-friendly Building
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Hotel Platzl Munich (Germany) - 2006

Hotel Conversion
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