KBC establishes energy and sustainability co-pilot hub in Singapore
Published by Alex Hithersay,
KBC (a Yokogawa company) has announced the launch of a new Energy and Sustainability Co-Pilot hub in Singapore to address the Singapore government’s environmental sustainability initiatives.
The new Singapore-based Co-Pilot hub and team will build and adapt energy management and optimisation systems, conduct research and development to create energy analytics applications, and deliver KBC’s cloud-based solutions.
The first solution to come from the Energy and Sustainability Co-Pilot hub is KBC’s Energy and Sustainability Co-Pilot service. Co-Pilot connects KBC’s energy and carbon emissions management software to data sources in an industrial plant creating its ‘digital twin’. It determines how to help the plant reduce energy usage and emissions without affecting production goals.
The impetus behind the Energy and Sustainability Co-Pilot hub is to enable energy and chemical companies in Singapore to comply with legislative requirements around energy and carbon emission reduction.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/the-environment/24102018/kbc-establishes-energy-and-sustainability-co-pilot-hub-in-singapore/
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