The installation of a full-fledge energy management system in your organization surely sounds daunting with everything going on as it is, right?
As the facilities administrator you most probably feel exhausted even thinking of the tediousness of arranging and installing a new system along with training the employees as well.
There is no other way around it, you have to be dedicated to put in effort and time for the installation and functioning of a brand new energy control system. But this investment surely gets its reward. Both the time and monetary savings afterwards compensate for the initial efforts.
Following are three of many rewards of installing an energy control system at your facility.
Less time, more work
Reduction in man hours most probably doesn’t make it to the top of the list while you’re considering the addition of a whole new system, no?
There’s the whole installation and setup process which is followed by the management of time-costly employee trainings after which comes the process of addressing all the issues and fixes during the initial phase of operating a new system.
So the question here is, does the energy control software even provide enough value to make up for all of this investment?
Although the initial activities remain tedious, working through them will eventually reduce work hours and costs by thousands annually.
This system can revolutionize the existing energy department at your organization.
One of the prime advantages of this system is the automated meter readings. This enables the administration save numerous hours every month for bill preparation while also ensuring high precision in the bill calculations.
Always collect precise information
Energy management systems let you see deep into your facility’s energy usage and consumption.
Your on premise energy management can only be as good as the precision of your collected data. Once you have the data you require, you can normalize it and extract all the information you need to analyze your facility’s energy consumption.
Determination of wastage areas
Some part of this point is already discussed under point 2 but this specific advantage is suited to having its own individual discussion. The precision of data matters considerably when you wish to identify wasteful areas of your facility. By use of this software, many institutes have successfully determined problem areas such as unused buildings with meters, simultaneous operation of two systems and even consumption of energy in free rooms.
Energy management software systems are not merely a trophy that can be used for show and make impressions by showcasing you as a modernized institute.
In the long run, a good energy control software will enable your facility’s department to bring significant reduction in consumption while increasing efficiency and productivity and to ensure there are no energy leakage spots for waste control.