Holistic Approach


Symphony Energy brings energy savings to a whole new level. It takes a holistic view of each particular building and prescribes a relatively low cost composite solution capable of delivering deep energy savings without a deep retrofit budget. Symphony Energy can typically guarantee 30% gas savings and 30% HVAC electricity savings within a 3 year simple payback.

Loytec BMS Equipment


Symphony Energy is a Competent Partner with Loytec Electronics. Loytec are based in Vienna, Austria. Founded in 1999, LOYTEC electronics GmbH today ranks among the leading European providers of intelligent network infrastructure products for building automation. There, LOYTEC works to open and standardised communication protocols exclusively. LOYTEC develops, manufactures, and distributes worldwide its router solutions, embedded Automation Servers, DALI lighting controls, graphic user interfaces, touch panels, and gateways. 

No Capital Risk


Symphony Energy is delivered through a turnkey EPC (Energy Performance Contract). This ensures that the performance risk associated with the solutions implemented is carried by Symphony Energy and the client is not exposed to risk on capital. Symphony Energy can provide a fully financed solution if so desired. Either way, the client can only win. On the other hand, Symphony Energy is confident it can deliver.


Our History

Symphony Energy stemmed from the specialist energy engineering solutions developed since 2006 by Ascough Consulting Engineers. When specifying the BMS control system for eircom’s HQ in Dublin, Ascough Consulting Engineers went beyond their normal consulting engineering duties and produced control algorithms to be programmed by the controls sub-contractor. Read more...

The Symphony Energy Solution

The process involves a first principles review of the building’s environmental physics and equipment, in conjunction with actual usage patterns. It also includes a design review of the existing HVAC systems and if necessary, their re-commissioning. Some surgery on these systems may follow if new efficiency opportunities are identified. Read more...