Laboratories and teaching facilities at the Queen Mary University of London will be part of a 'smart campus' project, which will cut carbon emissions and save thousands of pounds on energy bills every year.
The Whitechapel campus, home of Queen Mary’s School of Medicine and Dentistry, will undergo a series of changes including a smart energy monitoring system.
This will allow the university to manage its energy use and diagnose operational issues which could otherwise lead to high maintenance costs.
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