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How Energy Management Systems Can Help In Effective Managing Of Energy in a Building

Posted on October 13, 2014 by

Effective Managing Of Energy in a Building

Energy management systems are a proven and effective way to manage and monitor the energy consumption in buildings. The basic outline of the system has one or a collection of independent computers that monitor energy usage and display it in an easily understandable way.

The software advantage:

Using a computer software program makes monitoring easy and convenient; information on energy use is readily available at the click of a button.

Key advantages of using an energy management system:

Keeping track of energy utility and monitoring usage is a proven way to improve energy efficiency. In times where energy efficiency and ways of conserving energy has become pressing issues, an efficient way to manage energy is essential to ensure the fixtures are not placed under extra stress. This ensures longevity of equipment. Maintenance scheduling for a building is hard to keep track of, but when an energy management system is brought into the picture, scheduling maintenance and other tasks which need emergency response such as equipment failure are notified instantly through software. The data collected from all this is useful in constructing an efficient energy management plan to better manage resources such as electricity and water in order to make smart upgrades.

The use of an energy management system doesn’t end there; it can be utilized to track progress in energy efficiency after variation s or improvements are enrolled. The monitoring of information can be useful in predicting future issues and being prepared for any operational issues.

TeraWatt offers an energy management solution which delivers guaranteed savings with zero maintenance that is designed to monitor, prevent, interact, report, measure, sub-meter, predict, control, correct and alert your team on electricity and water usage.

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