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5 Interesting Facts About Energy Management Systems

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5 Interesting Facts About Energy Management Systems

More people are paying attention to whether or not the way they consume energy leaves a negative footprint on the environment for future generations. The energy management industry has responded in kind by evolving in ways that benefit the environment and save money for consumers and provide whole new levels of convenience. If you’re considering upgrading your energy management system or are involved in a project that will require a new one, keep reading to learn more fascinating facts about newer systems that benefit your wallet and the climate.

But first, what is an energy management system?

Energy management systems use different techniques to optimise the outcomes of energy usage. Optimal results are focused on efficiency, supporting the environment by considering energy systems as a whole and reducing costs for the consumer. Along with the clear benefits to the wallet and the environment, energy management systems collect data to inform how technology and systems can continue in their improvement.

Reduces the Risk of Energy Scarcity

Australia’s population is expected to grow to 28.5 Million by 2030. With a higher population comes a higher energy demand. The innovations in energy management systems have decreased the amount of energy needed to deliver the needs of a population, thereby reducing strain on an energy supply.

An excellent example of how advances in energy management systems achieve this is with air conditioning. When an inverter is installed on an air conditioning system, the motor runs only when needed instead of at 100% capacity.

Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

With increased efficiency, newer energy management systems decrease the need for harmful emissions known to hurt the environment. This is fantastic news for businesses ready to address consumers’ growing concerns who want to support companies that operate to impact the world in ways aligned with consumer values (such as environmentalism). How? Innovative energy management systems reduce the amount of energy needed (reducing energy scarcity risk) and use environmentally-friendly ways of delivering energy so that harmful gases aren’t released into the air.

Maintains Energy Price

Another benefit of energy management systems is that they can use smart technologies to schedule when energy is used and reduce the power footprint of various appliances. By regulating how much energy is used in a household or building and reducing the energy used. Energy demand is potentially reduced, keeping energy prices lower.

Managing Energy Also Saves Water

Water and energy are closely linked in many different ways. Most notably, large-scale industrial operations running heavy machinery and appliances often use water to cool down their equipment. With an intelligent energy management system, less energy is being used, creating less heat and less need for precious water resources. 

With more efficient appliances in houses and other buildings, less water is needed for day-to-day operations. This leads to less water use, decreasing the amount of energy needed at water treatment facilities to treat and clean water in the first place. It’s a full-cycle win-win created by implementing energy management systems.

Energy Management Saves Costs

It should be clear by now that energy management systems save costs for consumers. Companies who install these systems should be able to deliver a comprehensive energy audit on your home or business and help you determine the best opportunities to be a part of sustainable solutions through everyday living and ultimately save money. 

Different ways energy management helps save costs include:

  • Air conditioning and ventilation: Aircon and ventilation systems can account for a significant part (sometimes more than 50%) of a building’s energy usage. If this is true for your building, much of this usage is likely unneeded. 
  • LED light installation services: Installing quality LED lighting is a simple solution that goes a long way for energy conservation.
  • IT cabling & networking: Using access technologies supportive of efficient energy use.
  • Using thermal imaging: Thermal imaging helps identify problems before they become burdensome.
  • Understanding tariff structures: A good systems provider will help you understand what tariff tier is the most appropriate for your commercial building.

Ready to Explore Energy Management Systems for Your Home or Business?

Energy management systems are a fun and exciting indicator that we can live with the comforts that energy provides us while also being fiscally and environmentally responsible. If you’re ready to explore whether energy management systems might be a good fit for your home or business, but feel like it’s an overwhelming task, don’t worry. 

By working with an experienced systems provider, you’ll have the expert guidance of a company that can give you trusted advice about the areas that need updating and the best way to install them. The provider should also be able to perform a comprehensive audit that illustrates what you’ll be saving, how much energy you’ll be using before and after, as well as solutions tailored to your way of living that help your overall quality of life in regards to the energy consumed.

At Glenco, we’ve proudly worked in the Sydney area since 1988 and are dedicated to delivering top-notch service with dedicated expertise to every one of our customers. We’re passionate about energy management systems and how they can benefit businesses, families, and the environment. If you would like to schedule an energy audit today and learn how you can save energy and money, contact us today.

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