With the help of the energy management system, consumption data is fully managed and analysed, and the analyses are used to create automated energy and cost saving recommendations for users.
One of the key elements of production and operational efficiency is to monitor energy use, identify related errors, improvement and optimisation opportunities. In general, monitoring and analysing energy consumption data can reduce energy use and energy costs by up to 15%.
Consumption data collection
The integration of the different consumptions into one system provides a way to analyse the data collected and stored so far, to identify optimisation opportunities, to eliminate over-consumption and errors and to prepare decisions for future improvements.
Energy consumption statements
Periodic energy analyses reveal, after just a few months, the potential for a substantial reduction in energy consumption - and therefore carbon emissions - by 5% without any extra investment.
Efficiency increasing offers
By analysing the operation of a site, the future energy use and operating costs of that site can be predicted with a reasonable degree of accuracy. With our automated analyses, potential savings, approximate cost of implementation and even the resulting payback period can be made available to our users in the form of "What if..." advice, helping them to make informed decisions.
Consumption and bill comparison
Disagreements on billing between service providers and customers often occur, which can lead to extra administrative work and protracted disputes. If the right data sources and measurement locations are available, the frequency of such cases can be reduced to zero by using a system that automatically detects discrepancies by comparing the values on the bill with the values measured on the spot.
EPIs are specific values describing the performance and energy efficiency of individual plants/sites/machinery groups, which are available in our regular management reports, tailored to the profile of the company.