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Energy Monitoring

Did you know commercial buildings account for 30% of the world’s energy consumption? Energy monitoring is more than turning off lights and the HVAC system. Today’s energy monitoring systems include info graphics that show statistics on your building’s energy usage. Studies show homeowners reduce their energy consumption when shown real-time usage statistics. Put that knowledge to work with our building automation energy efficiency solutions

Convenient Dashboards With Precise Measurements

Energy Monitoring dashboards show exactly how much energy you are using as it happens.  We use simple graphs and meters to show you exactly what is going on with your HVAC, lighting and other systems. Compare data with previous days or hours to increase your energy efficiency by making adjustments on the fly.

Control-lights-and-heating-at-the-tip-of-your-fingers-easily-globalhomeautomation-technology-integratorCheck Levels Anytime, Anywhere

Being able to use your energy monitoring system anywhere is important. What’s the purpose of real-time statistics if you are unable to view them as they happen. You can access your dashboard from your control room or offsite, for the most convenient solution available. Give others limited or full access with a web-based energy monitoring system.

Create More Accurate Utility Budgets

Energy monitoring allows you to better forecast your actual energy usage and budget properly.  It also puts money in your pocket by showing you areas of waste so you can adjust accordingly.

Maintain Energy Efficiency

Energy monitoring is imperative to energy efficiency. Uncover areas of misuse and change frivolous patterns. Energy efficiency not only saves money but reduces your company’s impact on the environment. Save your bottom line, and the world while you’re at it.

Energy Audit


Potential Savings

Dimming Dimming incandescent or halogen bulbs by
25% saves 20% electricity. Dim more and
you’ll save even more.
Save up to $30 per year

Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs)
and LEDs
 already use less energy than
standard bulbs, so dimming these highly
efficient bulbs saves additional energy.
Save up to $50 per year

Occupancy sensing Occupancy sensing turns lights and
standby power from electronic appliances
off when a person leaves the space.
Occupancy sensors can save up to 20% on lighting energy costs

Daylight sensors Daylight sensors dim electric lights when
daylight is available to light the space.
Dimming incandescentor halogen bulbs by 25% saves 20% electricity

Controllable window shades Controllable window shades reduce
heating costs in winter and cooling costs
in summer.
Adjusting shades cansave 10-30% on HVAC costs

Temperature control Temperature control automatically sets
back the temperature when heating or
cooling a room, so you use less electricity.
Regulating temperature can save up to 16% on HVAC costs

Appliance control Appliance control turns off standby power
to electronic appliances when you’re not
using them.
Eliminating standby power can save up to 10% on electricity costs

The "All Off" button The “All Off” button turns all lights off with
a single touch.

Scheduling Scheduling can dim or turn off lights and
standby power from electronic appliances
when they’re not needed, as well as set
back the temperature when not as much
heating or cooling is needed.

The "Green" button The “Green” button reduces energy use
from lights, shades, and heating/cooling
systems with a single touch.

Ready to see how energy monitoring can help with energy efficiency?  Fill out our consultation request or call 703.499.7676 today and speak with a building automation expert.

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