Making the invisible visible
Consumption monitoring as a basis for direct energy savings of 5-8%
Monitoring and analysis as HyTEPS service
Lighting / electrical appliancesOutside opening hours or intensive usage hours, electricity consumption should be significantly lower. However, lighting and other electrical devices are often unnecessarily left on or left in stand-by mode after working hours. Consumption monitoring provides insight into this issue. By analyzing the usage data, measures can be taken to reduce any unnecessary power consumption.
To avoid unnecessary energy consumption it is important that ventilation, air conditioning and heating are properly aligned. It is of course not desirable that the air-conditioning turns on at the moment that the heater is still running. In many buildings, the climate has been adjusted over time to reflect the needs of the (individual) users, resulting in the system no longer reflecting the actual use of the building. Monitoring the consumption makes this clear.
(Gas) HeatingGas consumption can often be reduced easily if made visible at which times the heating is running in the different parts of the building and the way this has been tuned. Conscious and controlled handling of the heater can produce considerable energy savings.
Energy-saving investmentsConsumption monitoring not only provides transparency about energy consumption but also provides tools for calculating energy savings. If the actual annual consumption of an installation is known, the costs of energy can also be calculated easily. From there one can look at investing in sustainable and energy efficient solutions. Because of this, energy monitoring also forms the basis for future investment in energy saving measures.