I am sharing a collection of articles on energy management systems, case studies and news, mainly focusing on the industrial solutions (production industry, factories). Serving the interests of smart factory, Industry 4.0 and ISO50001. Selecting leading topics based on my experience as a marketeer for energy management software solutions. We are based in Central Europe, if you have any news related to this topic, please feel free to share and comment.
Our company is committed to delivering turnkey solutions complete with services designed to provide continuous improvement to our customers and integrator partners alike. Our goal with every project is to provide context-friendly, business-specific systems that can easily be integrated into the everyday tasks and operating procedures of any engineer or operator.
Our turnkey project scope ranges from design and installation to commissioning and verification of operation. Specific projects may include,
- metering and monitoring systems
- load management and capacity utilization
- energy efficiency analysis
- utility cost allocation
- utility cost sub-billing and invoicing
- load control and auto-changeover systems
Our commitment to continuous improvement has been characterized by the long term relationships we now enjoy with our growing base of customers. As a result, we have learned to associate continuous improvement with operations documentation, scheduled reviews, scalability in design, user training, and quality assurance, all with the intent to meet each user's specific requirements.
Complete Implementation of Energy and Building Supervision Systems: Data logging, improvement of energy efficiency, measurement and evaluation of quality characteristics, full-scope reports. Energy management, as a system, includes hardware (measurement instruments, protective equipment, communication devices, etc.) and software (monitoring and analyzing programs, etc.) elements.
Energy Management Software Development: In connection with energy management systems, the company has its own energy management software developed, called AVReporter. With the help of it various reports, production data and correlations can be determined, and it also helps the operation costs of establishments (electricity, gas, water, steam… utilization) to be optimized together with the quality and availability of energy resources to be improved.
First of all, let’s define what the phrase of „energy-management system” means . An energy-management system includes measurement device sub-systems with the possibility of user-intervention on failure. By utilizing such a system we are able to continuously track and analyse consumption/quality patterns , and determine low-efficiency areas quickly and easily, giving the opportunity to respond fast and efficiently. Recently the ISO 50001 standard has been released, which defines in great detail the expected structure of an energy-management system and the requirements of its installation. Installing energy-management systems is outstandingly significant for enterprises to keep their market competency , which I would explain below. For the companies its a vital factor to create their products as economically as possible . With energy-management systems we are able to recognize the inefficient areas of our production-cycle. Some examples to define these statemen
The current global health crisis is also a business and economic crisis and will change the way we work, with a greater focus on technology. That's according to Nigel Green, CEO of financial advisory firm deVere Group, who says that a recession triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic will lead to a "fundamental shift" in how we live, do business and invest. In particular, Green expects to see an acceleration in the adoption and development of Industry 4.0, or the fourth industrial revolution, reports technology and business news provider Verdict. "The coronavirus outbreak can be expected to speed up the so-called fourth revolution, which is fuelled by new technologies such as artificial intelligence and mobile supercomputing," he said. The physical distancing and self-isolation measures currently in place around the world are likely to help reinforce the adoption of digital technologies, Green added. "Enforced social distancing will highligh
October 3, 2018 Our capacity for energy efficiency is much greater than climate models assume, according to an editorial published in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Research Letters. Energy expert Amory Lovins, co-founder and chief scientist of Rocky Mountain Institute, says that the potential for energy efficiency has been massively understated, and its cost overstated, by analysing individual components and systems rather than whole buildings, vehicles and factories. This overlooks valuable ways to help the parts work together to save more energy at lower cost. Current thinking on climate change suggests that we need to use energy at least 3% more productively each year in order to stay below 2 degrees of global warming. Lovins argues that, in both newbuild and retrofit applications, the world's ability to sustain such rapid savings is far greater than previously thought. While the cost of renewable energy has fallen significantly in the past decade, energy eff