Energy management

Energy management

In the classic version, energy management is a management system, the main task of which is to optimize energy consumption at the enterprise, ensuring the rational use of energy resources.

Energy management includes:

  • creation of an energy consumption monitoring system
  • analysis of existing indicators, the result of which is used as a basis for
  • developing new budgets
  • development of energy policy of the enterprise and energy budget
  • planning and implementation of energy saving measures, energy efficient technologies, low-waste (non-waste) production, as well as control over their use
  • development and use of efficient systems that control energy consumption
    organization of the system of integrated economic and energy management
    conducting trainings for employees of the enterprise (organization), creating a system that will encourage employees to use resources efficiently and reduce energy consumption.

In a modern enterprise, energy management is a component of the overall OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) system of equipment efficiency. This system provides an analysis of the efficiency of the equipment, and is designed to control and improve production efficiency. The principle of operation of the OEE system is based on the measurement and processing of specific production indicators.

Using our solutions you get a software and hardware system that provides monitoring of energy consumption and efficiency of technological equipment (OEE) on-line.

Advantages of the system:

versatility – the system could be connected to modern equipment and reliable old-fashioned machines;

ease to use – quick setup and integration with existing technical solutions;

autonomy – the system does not require a separate infrastructure and the involvement of employees for administration.

mobility – the interface is adapted to modern smartphones.

Implementation results:

  • increase productivity and efficiency of equipment,
  • accounting for real energy consumption in the cost of production,
  • detection and elimination of “bottle neck” and reduction of equipment
  • maintenance costs
  • exclusion of unauthorized use of equipment,
  • planning and control of maintenance and repair regulations (MA),
  • disclosure of the hidden potential of production.