The George Eliot Building is situated in Coventry UK and is part of the Coventry University district. As can be seen, this BIM model was created accurately in Autodesk Revit, providing intelligent data to run energy analysis and simulations.
The John Laing Building is part of the Coventry University district. This building was created in Revit to provide a 3D interactive model with intelligent data for partners within the project. These partners from outside the UK were able to extrapolate results directly from the model to simulate particular environmental scenarios.
Balderskolan Secondary School is situated in Skelleftea, Sweden. Exergy created this model in Autodesk Revit to demonstrate potential areas for a retrofit. Creating a BIM model eased the decision making process and ensured communication and coordination between partners went untroubled.
This 25 kWp off grid PV system consists of 100 x 250Wp solar photovoltaic modules and has been installed on the NEMA building in Kaduna, Nigeria. Exergy has been commissioned to design, supply and project manage this installation.
This one KWP installation is a project in partnership with Coventry University to better understand the components that make up an off grid PV system. Exergy designed, supplied and installed the equipment and will undertake testing to understand how to make the system more efficient for the end user.
In collaboration with the Black Country Housing Group, Exergy has been invited to design a solar PV system for a curved-roof care home development, located in Birmingham, UK. This 143kWp system consists of 551 x 260Wp solar modules be installed flat to the roof to maximise the space available.
In collaboration with the Accord Group, Exergy has designed and costed for flat roof mounted solar PV system for a care home in Birmingham, UK. This 40kWp system consists of 160 x 250Wp solar modules be installed using specially designed mounting structure for this type of roof.
Exergy has delivered a feasibility report on a 75 Kw Solar PV-Rooftop system. The PV system is grid-connected with estimated CO2 savings of 41,059kg/year and an estimated ROI within 8 years.