Ecolibrium, a machine learning-based decarbonization platform, has launched its revolutionary sustainability solution in the UK as the competition to reduce carbon emissions booms across the built environment.
Founded in 2008 at IIM Ahmedabad’s Centre for Innovation, Incubation, and Entrepreneurship in India, Ecolibrium provides expert advice and technology-driven sustainability solutions. These solutions enable commercial and industrial real estate businesses to decrease energy consumption and ultimately achieve the net-zero carbon goals.
Ecolibrium works on sustainability-led technology product SmartSense which assimilates thousands of internet of things (IoT) data points across the facility’s entire energy infrastructure.
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The collected information is then channeled through Ecolibrium’s proprietary machine learning algorithms. In-house subject matter experts have developed these algorithms for over ten years.
Ecolibrium allows customers to visualize the data through a bespoke user interface that avails actionable insights and a blueprint for achieving operational excellence, healthy buildings, and sustainability targets.
This connected infrastructure produces a granular view of the carbon footprint of an asset. This view unlocks inefficiencies and empowers intelligent decision-making while driving a continuous improvement program that delivers empirical sustainability and productivity gains.
According to the CEO of Ecolibrium, the goal of Ecolibrium is to partner with companies and coach them to work smarter by making critical decisions more quickly and consuming less. He added that by doing this at a large scale, Ecolibrium would make a massive impact on the carbon footprint of industrial and commercial assets across the globe.
Ecolibrium contributes to the growth of UK innovation by promoting green job creation and providing tangible economic benefits. The initiative supports the country’s more comprehensive transition to a more sustainable future.