The concept of rational management of electricity and other energy sources implies systematic and continuous monitoring and consumption management, with the aim of optimization and subsequent savings, that is, the reduction of facility maintenance costs. At the same time, it represents a significant contribution to environmental protection by reducing harmful effects (ISO 14001).
It is an unquestionable fact that the investments aimed at improving the energy efficiency of commercial buildings and industrial plants are high, but necessary and cost-effective in the long run. The comprehensive Eccos energy management system justifies investments in a very short period of time. The control of energy consumption is the first step towards optimization, while automated consumption management brings significant savings for business operations. The energy management system enables the company to determine priorities, as well as financial planning on the basis of complete and comprehensive data.
This provides the competent staff with a comprehensive overview of business operations and facilitates decision-making, especially with regards to energy supply systems and energy consumption.
EEMS – Enterprise energy management system
There is no single definition of the quality of electrical energy, but it can be defined as a concept that combines the influence of interferences in the electrical grid to ideal sinusoidal voltage, i.e. electricity. Deteriorated quality of electricity can be the result of multiple and different disturbances caused by both consumers and suppliers.
Eccos offers the Enterprise Energy Management System (EEMS) for electricity and other energy sources (gas, water, steam, etc.) based on longstanding experience of our engineering staff and top-quality equipment of world-renowned suppliers. Created according to individual characteristics of a particular facility and in accordance with the specific features, needs and requirements of each user, such autonomous systems are actually the subsystems of the systems for monitoring the following interferences:
The enterprise energy management system is one of the key components of each facility, which when integrated into its central integration platform (CCMS), eliminates the need for additional monitoring software and hardware, which significantly reduces overall maintenance costs.