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RACV Noosa Resort Recognized for Best Commercial Building Energy Efficiency Project in 2020 by Utilising Zen HQ

RACV Noosa Resort was recognised as the winner of Best Commercial Building Energy Efficiency Project 2020 by the Energy Efficiency Council (EEC) by utilizing Zen Ecosystems’ Zen HQ, a simple and affordable energy management platform.

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“These people, projects and programs represent the very best in residential, industrial, commercial and government efficiency and demand response in Australia. We at the EEC are always excited to be recognising world-class energy efficiency projects through the National Energy Efficiency Awards,” said Luke Menzel, CEO of the Energy Efficiency Council.

RACV Noosa Resort rolled out a web-enabled energy management system for cost savings and convenience and to address a key area of environmental impact for the resort. RACV Noosa Resort worked with Zen Ecosystems to install Zen Thermostats in 170 apartments and integrate the Zen HQ cloud platform. This highly effective, web enabled energy management system is delivering significant cost savings and reducing environmental impacts, including a reduction 120,000kWh and $90,000 per year in energy costs, and saving approximately $15K per year in HVAC maintenance and replacement costs.

Zen Ecosystems provides intelligent energy management solutions targeted at solving some of the energy related challenges that commercial businesses and residential consumers face today. With the help of their products and the easy to use energy platform, Zen HQ, saving energy and reducing energy bills couldn’t be any simpler.

Craig Peachey, Executive General Manager, RACV Leisure said, "We are proud of the team at RACV Noosa Resort winning this award. This project is another example of the commitment RACV Leisure have towards energy efficiency and the elimination of energy waste across our properties."


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