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Energy Management Software can assist in facilities to track and analyze about the building assets, spaces and occupant behavior effects energy usage and price. EMS provides facilities managers the data to enhance energy efficiency.
It seems like green is the new black nowadays. Environmental sustainability is getting over the minds of businesses spanning all industries. When it comes to facilities management, the impetus to “go green” is completely compelling, as it translates directly into savings on energy costs of the building or asset of the company or an individual. Hidden energy pricing can take cover in unassuming corners of any building. Cracks in walls, underperforming assets or even dirty air filters, etc., can all contribute to costly energy waste.
Those costs will remain hidden until user takes deliberate action for identifying the wastage. That’s where an EMS helps by entering the picture. An EMS helps organizations track actual energy consumption data to see where it is being lost. Organizations can get specific usage data for individual floors or assets by working with the utilities provider. This information will show the user where to get into with the maintenance to increase energy efficiency.
Data importing and collection : An EMS helps in collecting and storing energy billing and usage data from wide range of sources, like directly from an existing building automation system or meters or sensors, or the utility company.
Bill tracking : Organizations must be able to track energy bills for ensuring the payments reflect actual usage. Energy bill data can be analyzed to spot trends in the prices of various energy sources over time.
Reporting: Aggregates data into a consumable format to find inefficient locations or energy-wasting assets. Users can act as a factor in external influences on energy usage, like that of weather and identifying anomalies.
Energy dashboard : It even transparently displays key performance indicators, such as consumption, costs, and emissions for a single or multiple facilities. Users can get on to check energy KPIs for individual assets or buildings.
Usage benchmarking : Assists in facilitating professionals compare energy efficiency of the organization to a standard, e.g., Energy Star scores.
Gain awareness. It’s nearly next to impossible to know how energy is being used in facilities without a way to collect energy usage data. Collecting usage and billing data and running simple reports can reveal areas of key energy waste. Dashboards can clearly display at a glance, the energy KPIs, providing facilities professionals with a wealth of data.
Develop energy policy and reduce costs. It is the main aim of using an EMS. After finding the energy management problems in the organization, the manager and executives of the facilities can develop what is referred to as an energy policy. The policy may have an optimal lighting and air-conditioning settings, behavioral policies for employees, like reminders to shut off lights, computers or other equipment before leaving or benchmarking goals to reach.
Comply with regulations. State and federal governments enforce energy regulations for commercial organizations about usage and carbon-abatement. A company must try to track its energy usage to remain compliant. It will help to generate proof of compliance quickly.