Know your energy, manage costs


intro2c-151911While firms eligible for Esos may have undertaken audits, energy management software provider digitalenergy says all companies can gain from audits and real-time data. This sponsored post is part of its ‘Know Your Energy’ campaign.

According to the firm, the ‘Know Your Energy’ campaign promotes greater awareness about energy waste hotspots on business premises and what can be done to tackle them.

The software provider then aims to work with clients to reduce their energy costs and consumption by collating, analysing and interpreting energy use before presenting this information on cloud-based web pages.

With real-time data at their fingertips, companies can subsequently manage their energy usage to save money and ensure compliance with carbon reduction legislation, says MD Richard Hipkiss.

“It’s only when you’re armed with this knowledge that you can begin the analysis of where the most intense energy consuming locations are within your organisation,” he says. “You can then audit that usage and identify the areas where energy savings can be made.”

Digitalenergy’s software monitors energy use by capturing data from both main and sub-metering systems before it’s translated into understandable graphics with any avoidable energy waste being highlighted.

This targeted approach has enabled both public and private sector clients to slash energy wastage across their organisation, claims Hipkiss.

“As part of this campaign we’re actively engaging with companies that have much to gain by focusing on their energy use – which is invariably a major overhead for any business.

“Now is the time to act – energy efficiency pays for itself by ultimately cutting carbon emissions, boosting profitability and simultaneously ensuring legislative compliance.”

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