Responding
to Covid-19 

Supporting businesses with essential information, resources and advice to stay informed.

Whatever you need, let us know. We are in this together.
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WE ARE HERE TO HELP

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is presenting unexpected and extreme challenges for businesses of all sizes and sectors across the world.

It is quickly changing how entities operate and how individuals live and work. Carbonxgen has developed this dedicated web page with essential resources, guidance and advice from our inhouse experts, partner network and professional memberships to support your business through this challenging period.

Our goal is to help businesses to adjust, innovate and manage this rapidly evolving situation.

Whatever you need, let us know. We are in this together.

THE ROAD TO RECOVERY AND SUSTAINABLE RESILIENCE (PART 1): BUILDING AND WORKPLACE RE-ENTRY

A best practice guide for building and workplace re-entry

Businesses are having to adjust to new ways of working as they navigate their way through COVID-19. Any return to workplaces will be a gradual process, but once ready things will look very different to the pre-COVID era. Buildings will need to evolve and working practices will need to adapt to cater for the ‘new normal’. The health, safety and wellbeing of those returning to their workplaces will need to be of the highest priority to build a sustainable, resilient future.

This guide sets out some of the key considerations as part of a building / workplace re-entry strategy aligned to 3 core areas; enhancing health and wellbeing, optimising energy performance and developing sustainable resilience.

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BUILDING HIBERNATION AND COVID-19 RESPONSE GUIDE

A best practice guide to effectively manage buildings during COVID-19
Our technical experts have published a guide on how to effectively manage buildings during these unprecedented times to;

  • Ensure the safety of any occupants still working in the buildings, and minimise the spread of COVID-19;
  • Maintain building services and systems, whilst reducing the risk of system failures and any health and safety issues when occupiers return;
  • Reduce energy use as far as possible, to minimise both operating costs and environmental impact.

The Building Hibernation and COVID Response Guide looks at what preparations and practical measures can be applied now to manage any potential risks and opportunities and to support your building management strategy.

Carbonxgen Podcasts

Introducing the Carbonxgen podcast series, in which experts discuss their views on the impact of COVID-19 on a range of topics from energy procurement to building management and climate change. If you are looking for guidance, ideas, fresh thinking and hope about our collective future then we are confident this series will help.

Carbonxgen Podcast

Introducing the new Carbonxgen podcast series, in which our experts discuss their views on the impact of COVID-19 on a diverse range of topics from energy supplies to building management to climate change. If you are looking for guidance, ideas, fresh thinking and hope about our collective future then we are confident this series will help.

Our Partner Network

We have brought together a team of like-minded partners to create a support network to help each other during these unprecedented times.

Perhaps you need advice on what to do with your buildings during low occupancy/shutdown or maybe you need help with messaging for tenant communications. We are here to help. 

Whatever you need, let us know. We are in this together.

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MONITORING, TARGETING AND ENGAGEMENT (MT&E)

During this period of reduced occupancy and building closure, property managers are looking to; effectively manage and reduce their energy consumption to minimise costs, understand the impact it is having on budgets to facilitate accurate forecasting and be able to answer any energy-related tenant queries. Now more than ever real estate businesses are seeing the value of undertaking an Energy Monitoring, Targeting and Engagement (MT&E) programme to better understand their building’s energy use.

REMOTE BMS REVIEWS

Maintaining building efficiency in the current climate is critical with many buildings at reduced occupancy or in some cases total lockdown. It is a time where equipment could inadvertently be left running unnecessarily, and where consideration needs to be given to optimising central plant to minimise service charge costs. Undertaking a remote Building Management System (BMS) Review will allow property managers to identify any potential issues or opportunities to further optimise plant through an enhanced controls strategy.

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