Energy Management

Measures the consumption and other characteristics of energy for the purpose of distributing the costs to those who actually consume it and other purposes such as quality control, preventive maintenance, safety, etc.


Widely known as Instrumentation, the requirements of Industrial Energy Management go beyond just measuring consumption. This is because of the widespread use of machinery each with its own set peculiarities. In the case of electricity, it may include, voltage, current, power-factor and power quality. In the case of water it may include temperature, PH, mineral level, etc. The extended purpose may be quality control, preventive maintenance, safety, compliance with industry/government standards, predictive analysis, process control, etc. A large number of sensors are often deployed. Most modern systems transmit the information on a continuous basis via Internet/Wi-Fi directly too sophisticated computer software which analyzes the data to produce reports, dashboards and alerts.


Request a private session

Request a private consultation


Contact Us

We'd love to hear from you!

Request Info/Sign Up For Newsletter

Get in touch and we'll work to reduce your energy costs today.

Find Us