Understanding Power & Energy Management
Energy waste. Power quality issues. Reliability. Capacity. Learn the ins and outs of power and energy management.Want a power and energy management consultation?
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When it comes to energy, doing everything you can to improve efficiency and minimize energy waste is crucial. And no matter what type of facility you have, power is critical to your operation. Unplanned outages, equipment glitches, and poor power quality can cost you daily.
Having the proper power and energy management system in place can help you reduce costs, improve operational efficiency, and meet sustainability goals.
1 “Ensuring Resilience of US Electrical Grid”, Lexington Institute, January 2013
2 Energy Efficiency Services Sector: Workforce Size, Expectations for Growth, and Training Needs, LBNL, 2012
3 “Meaningful Brands” study, Havas Media, June 2013
Gather energy and power data throughout your facility. Stand-alone or embedded meters measure, collect, and deliver essential data from key distribution points across your entire electrical network.
Turn data into actionable information. Power management software brings intelligent analytics and visualization to power and energy data.
Use actionable information to make intelligent decisions and operational shifts to create change or correct issues.
Monitor and improve power reliability, availability, and quality.
Monitor and measure energy use. Reduce energy waste and improve energy efficiency.
Power Reliability and Availability
Make sure you have power when you need it most! Is your power consistent? Optimize your power network and maximize your facility uptime.
You’ve spent a lot of money on your electrical infrastructure. Are you effectively utilizing your equipment? Extend equipment life-span and reduce maintenance costs.
How stable and clean is your power? Even minor disruptive voltage fluctuations can cause major issues from equipment malfunctions, to flickering lights, to complete power shutdowns.