As an energy manager, your role is changing on so many levels and fast. Are you keeping up? Today we launch a free-to-download guide that will help you to catch up and raise your work to the next level.
Meters, gateways... hardware devices for energy efficiency are a pending subject for many energy professionals. And yet, they are essential to start a good energy savings project, or when you're trying to boost savings in projects with previous story...Do you need to catch up with hardware for energy efficiency? Do you want to learn all you need to give good advice about hardware in any project? Join our next free training session and answer all your hardware questions!
After having published our guide to the ISO 50001 certification, we are opening up a new discussion topic on our blog today on the future ISO 52000, a new standard which is being drawn up to measure the energy performance of buildings.
From supermarkets to big factories, companies are actively looking for ways to save energy in order to be more profitable and have more control over their costs. A great way to achieve this is by tracking, analyzing and controlling energy through energy management software.Don’t forget that, according to most studies, energy is one third of the cost for a company. Therefore, many companies, and, of course, the individuals working within these companies, have already understood the importance of having an energy efficiency plan.However, before choosing or changing your energy management software provider think about what you need, what’s your budget and what are your goals.
It is normal for energy professionals to feel uncertain as they take their first steps towards obtaining certification, and particularly ISO 50001 certification. In order to dispell any doubts you may have , and to help you to implement ISO 50001 in your projects, we are publishing and sharing a free downloadable guide on exactly this topic : The Complete Guide to ISO 50001 for Energy Professsionals.
This is a guest post by Giánni Sioras, Energy Savings Advisor for IndustryIn many countries, electricity is billed based on the electrical consumption (kWh) in a calendar month, but also based on the highest active energy peak (kW) metered on a 15-minute interval basis during the calendar month, or even during the total year.
One of the first steps to take when you start an energy efficiency plan is to decide what are you going to measure, your purpose in measuring, how will you measure it and which hardware you are going to use.At DEXMA we love to help our users when it comes to choosing a hardware device. We aim for you to have no headaches when choosing your loggers, sensors or other devices. We created DEXCell Energy Manager as a hardware-neutral platform, which means that almost any meter could be integrated on it.That is why we have more and more hardware devices added to the platform, like VMU-C EM from Carlo Gavazzi.
A few weeks ago we launched an API improvement that allowed DEXCell Energy Manager users getting an in-depth understanding of their water & gas cost, and today we’re releasing an even major improvement: thermal cost analysis. Optimising thermal can extend your energy savings, learn more about how to do it in our free recorded training.
A few days ago we launched SolarView, a new app to boost your building’s energy performance by integrating your solar PV production. With SolarView, you can push your limits and even convert your building into a power battery. Let’s review how you can start trying NOW this new app (and completely free).