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Energy Monitoring

Energy monitoring and targeting is an energy efficiency technique based on the standard management axiom stating that “you cannot manage what you cannot measure”.


Monitoring and targeting techniques provide energy managers with feedback on operating practices, results of energy management projects, and guidance on the level of energy use that is expected in a certain period. Importantly, they also give early warning of unexpected excess consumption caused by equipment malfunctions, operator error, unwanted user behaviours, lack of effective maintenance and the like.

The foundation of monitoring and targeting lies in determining the normal relationships of energy consumptions to relevant driving factors (HVAC equipment, production through puts, weather, occupancy, available daylight, etc.) and the objective is to help business managers:

  • Identify and explain excessive energy use

  • Detect instances when consumption is unexpectedly higher or lower than would usually have been the case

  • Visualise energy consumption trends (daily, weekly, seasonal, operational…)

  • Determine future energy use and costs when planning changes in the business

  • Diagnose specific areas of wasted energy

  • Observe how changes to relevant driving factors impact energy efficiency

  • Develop performance targets for energy management programs

  • Manage energy consumption, rather than accept it as a fixed cost​

The ultimate goal is to reduce energy costs through improved energy efficiency and energy management control. Other benefits generally include increased resource efficiency, improved production budgeting and reduction of  greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Benefits for your Business

Increased Energy Efficiency​

Pinpoint energy waste, identify saving  opportunities in real time, and reduce  costs with device level  monitoring.



Reduced Operational Cost

Improve operational efficiencies and reduce total cost of operations through the use of more granular level operational data.


Improve Sustainability Reporting

Use historical device level data across the entire energy portfolio to report on environmental impact and sustainability measures and objectives


Preventative Maintenance​​

Avoid downtime while ensuring efficiency and effectiveness by optimizing preventative and condition-based maintenance needs

Enquire about our Energy Monitoring

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Frequently asked questions

  • Why energy market intelligence is important?
    Energy market intelligence is important because it allows businesses to remain competitive in the ever-evolving energy marketplace. It provides accurate insights into market trends, pricing, demand, and supply to help businesses plan, allocate resources, and take action. With this information, businesses can anticipate shifts in the market and gain an edge over competitors. Additionally, market intelligence can be used to develop new products and services to better serve customers and increase profits.
  • What are the benefits of energy market intelligence ?
    1. Get insights on cost savings: Energy market intelligence can help you identify potential cost savings in your energy supply portfolio. As a consumer, you can compare suppliers and tariffs to get the best deal available. 2. Track energy market trends: Energy market intelligence allows you to track and forecast changes in the energy market. Knowing the trends in the industry can help you anticipate the prices that your suppliers will charge in the future, and strategize accordingly. 3. Develop strategies to reduce energy consumption: Analyzing energy market intelligence can help you develop strategies to reduce your energy consumption and improve energy sustainability in your organization. 4. Make informed decisions: By having access to energy market intelligence, you can make informed decisions that are strategically beneficial to your organization. This could include making the right investment decisions, or choosing the correct type of energy generation. 5. Generate profits: By making smarter energy supply decisions, you can increase your profits and become more competitive in the energy market.
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