Let’s talk about energy monitoring. No! No! No… don’t click away just yet!
We promise it’s not as boring as it sounds.
In fact, energy monitoring can be a total game-changer for your bank account (and the environment, but let’s focus on the money for now).
In this blog, we’ll dive into how energy monitoring works, how Eniscope works, and, most importantly, how it can help you save some serious cash.
So, what is energy monitoring?
You already know that energy usage is one of the ESG metrics to report.
So, energy monitoring is a method used to track and record energy consumption data for a variety of purposes.
This data can identify energy inefficiencies, determine areas where energy consumption can be reduced, and optimize energy usage for cost savings.
It’s basically like having a little spy in your building, watching how much energy you’re using, and giving you the deets in real time.
It might sound a little creepy, but… it’s for a good cause.
By knowing exactly how much energy you’re using, you can make small changes that will add up to big savings.
Monitoring typically involves the use of sensors or meters to measure energy usage data, which is then recorded and visualized through software or online dashboards.
Another important thing to note is that energy monitoring can be conducted at different levels…ranging from an entire facility down to an individual asset.
It can provide insights into the overall energy consumption of a building or campus, helping facility managers to identify areas where energy usage can be reduced or optimized.
Monitoring can be used to track the energy consumption of individual pieces of equipment or machinery.
This can be particularly useful for identifying energy inefficiencies in specific facility areas and determining equipment upgrades or retrofit opportunities.
Energy monitoring can be a powerful tool in your quest for energy efficiency and cost savings…but only if you take the necessary measures to reduce energy consumption.
In a sense, monitoring gives you the diagnosis and the treatment – it’s up to you to follow this treatment.
Ok, maybe we need an example…
Let’s say you’re monitoring your building’s energy usage and notice that the heating is cranked up in a vacant area.
Uh-oh, that’s a red flag! That’s a black hole for your money.
By addressing this issue, either by turning down the heat or finding a way to more efficiently control the temperature in that area, you can reduce your energy usage and save some serious dough.
Or… let’s say you notice that one of your assets is losing heat like crazy due to a possible failure.
By catching this issue early and conducting maintenance on the asset, you can prevent further energy waste and ensure your equipment runs as efficiently as possible.
So, while energy monitoring won’t magically reduce your energy consumption, it can give you the insights you need to make meaningful changes and save money… especially in the long run.
Energy efficiency is all the rage these days, and for a good reason.
Not only does it help save you money on energy bills, but it also reduces your carbon footprint and helps you achieve sustainability goals.
That’s where Eniscope comes in.
Eniscope is an energy monitoring system that tracks your building’s energy consumption in real-time.
By analyzing data from every connected component in your facility, Eniscope can help you identify areas where you’re using more energy than you need to be and spot anomalies in your energy usage.
This information is presented on a user-friendly dashboard, so you can make informed decisions about how to optimize your energy usage and reduce costs.
Many industry giants like IBM, KFC, Telefonica, 7-Eleven, etc., trust our energy monitoring system.
Eniscope isn’t just for big-name companies, either.
Whether you’re running a small business or managing a large facility, Eniscope can help you take control of your energy consumption and achieve your sustainability goals.
By tracking energy usage in real-time, platforms like Eniscope can help you identify where you’re using more energy than necessary and spot areas for improvement.
Make informed decisions and optimize your energy usage to save money on energy bills — with Eniscope!