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Energy Management

Monitor, Analyze and Control

Energy management is a complicated topic but it can be done simply with a little effort. If you want to study the topic in depth you can check out our Guide to Energy Management or simply contact us for a free audit !

Levels of Energy Management

  • National Level
  • Organisational level
  • Facility level
  • Logistics

Here we will skip on national level energy management because we hope that you are not a government official trying to learn about energy management on the fly. Energy management in the context of logistics is a very specific topic which we will not cover here.

Organisational level and facility level management energy management use similar methodologies.

Objectives of Energy Management

  • Reduce Energy Costs. This is always the number one priority for businesses
  • Guarantee Energy Input. We want to make sure that we always have enough energy to run our businesses
  • Gain Financial Control. This means understanding where you are spending your money, how to mitigate the fluctuation of energy prices and designing financial structures which fit your needs.
  • Reduce Environmental Impact

Components of Energy Management

Here are a few elements you should consider including into an energy management strategy.

  • Data Collection
  • Data Analysis
  • Identification of energy bottlenecks
  • Energy efficiency strategy
  • Energy Production Strategy
  • Procurement Strategy
  • Ongoing Checking
  • Employee Culture

All of this is explored in more detail in our Guide to Energy Management .

Where does energy efficiency fit ?

Energy efficiency is about doing more with less. So Energy efficiency is an essential component to a good energy management strategy