With energy management on the way to climate neutrality

Facilities management also means having a precise overview of where and how energy is consumed in the properties under management. Wherever our teams ensure the smooth running of processes or take care of the unrestricted functionality of systems, it is always a question of a reliable, trouble-free energy supply – whether for the alarm system in the museum or the lighting in the logistics centre, for the operation of air conditioning systems or for access control in the computer centre.

In most companies today, energy costs are a factor that planners and controllers look at twice. As a value-added partner of its customers, Sasse Group therefore also sees itself as a supplier of know-how for efficient energy management. For example, we provide our clients with data on how unnecessary energy consumption can be avoided through intelligent control.

With a state-of-the-art portfolio of digital tools and processes, we recognise, for example, in predictive maintenance when systems and equipment deviate from optimum energy consumption during their service life. The same applies to remote monitoring, where we recognise when systems no longer run “smoothly” and therefore consume more energy than necessary. By providing fast and efficient remedies, we contribute to increased energy efficiency for our customers.

In addition to intelligent control of consumption, the facilities management of Sasse Group also contributes to energy generation. Our know-how in the modernisation and innovation of building technology plays a special role. By combining comprehensive basic knowledge with detailed knowledge of the respective object, our teams provide the basis for a high efficiency of investments – for example in photovoltaic systems or other systems for the use of renewable energies.

In the ideal case, our FM services work to the point of climate neutrality of buildings. A factor that is of great importance both in terms of acceptance at the location and attractiveness as an employer. Last but not least, it also stands out clearly as a plus point in the environmental balance.