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Features of Energy Management Software

Posted on May 2, 2014 by

Energy Management Software plays a vital role in diagnosing inefficiencies, monitoring and controlling electrical circuits and equipment to reduce overall consumprtion. The software also embeds a number of tools in determining and processing various factors which includes, real-time metering, utility bill tracking, lighting control systems, demand response, energy audits, building HVAC, IT equipment management, demand response and more.

Uses of Energy Management Software:

Data collection:

EMS collects data at regular intervals of time in adherence with the smart meter. It is capable for maintaining historic data in order to make comparisons.


EMS can offer detailed information regarding cost and power parameters at regular intervals or as required by the mangers.


Monitoring tools display the real time status of the components in the network. This is ideal for replacement of defective equipment, removal of unnecessary loads and tracking efficiency of all equipment.

Features of Energy management Software

Organized Data:

The software aggregates all parameters in the energy data within a single system and provides easy access to the responsible personnel.

Analysis and Control:

EMS helps energy managers to identify the points of energy consumption at any time and assign energy to various loads as per the requirement.

Identification and Optimization:

It analyzes the performances of all points in the electrical network and identifies the inefficient ones. Also the software provides timely updates on performance vs. goals.

Advantages of using EMS:

  • Increases the energy efficiency
  • Automated and manual control of power flows
  • Provides information regarding the exact point of power consumption
  • Complies with contractual regulations
  • Provides alert on critical systems

Usage of EMS is ideal for monitoring and controlling power for commercial and industrial clients who have one facility or multiple locations. This will allow the client to identify immediate problems, predictive maintenance, or reduce overall power consumption.