Energy monitoring systems provide users with data about their consumption patterns so they can make informed energy management decisions and maximize savings.
It is carried out using energy monitoring software that gathers energy consumption data, analyzes it and then provides useful information directly to the client’s device.
The software uses counters or sub-counters located on-site or in the building to gather data for each commodity (electricity, heat, water, gas) in order to provide a complete picture of energy consumption.
Thanks to these energy monitoring techniques, users can keep track of how much they are consuming and how the commodity is being used at any given time of day or night.
An intelligent energy monitoring system can also:
- Flag any faults in real time and indicate what energy-saving measures will solve the problem;
- Provide Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), such as patterns relating to specific areas of energy consumption, intensity of energy usage and other indicators that can be of use in establishing energy targets.