Many businesses are on board with implementing climate-related strategies and sustainable practices in response to mitigating carbon emissions and combatting climate change. However, they do not have the required skillset and resources at their disposal and no sense of direction to implement robust and adequate strategies. Fortunately, smart energy management proposes an effective strategy that can safeguard the long-term future of the environment and propel the business forward in an unprecedented world. Amid soaring energy prices, it also serves a perfect opportunity for businesses to react promptly to reducing energy consumption.
Smart energy management comprises of many technologically advanced solutions that can optimize the energy performance of a business’s assets and operations. It utilizes real-time data insight and control to efficiently use resources and energy, whilst creating a comfortable and safe environment to live and work in. Businesses can integrate and connect legacy systems such as Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, building management system (BMS) and artificial intelligence (AI) to help control and optimize the energy and operational performance of the business. Such systems can provide a holistic, real-time data insight of a business and find areas for improvements, using enhanced connectivity and automation or proposing strategies to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions.
How can ETS help?
At ETS, we provide a range of services inherent to reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions, using smart solutions. Our experienced team of Energy Managers are well-equipped with legacy systems and smart energy management tools that can continually monitor and respond to real-time granular energy consumption of your assets. We also house a team of ISO50001 lead assessors that can ensure that your business shows a robust commitment to energy and carbon management through a bespoke package that also reflects your business goals.
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