Endress+Hauser energy management systems
An automatic Energy Monitoring Information System (EMIS) close to the point of use is simple and cost-attractive to set up, and enables the continuous monitoring and targeting of energy efficiency.
Energy management is a cyclic operation. Everything starts with the basic data collection where energy consumption is measured and converted to appropriate engineering units. The data from the field devices is transferred via HART, fieldbus or wireless networks, to replace the manual reading and recording of measured values.
By analysing the data, metrics such as loading profiles can be determined and comparison between energy consumption, drivers and targets can be achieved. When combined with production data, the EMIS provides tools to monitor and record other critical measures such as drift, deviation, efficiency and savings.
At the communication and reporting stages, it is important that the appropriate information is delivered to those who need it and in a way in which it can be interpreted and lead to process improvements. Reports can be customised to suit senior management, engineers, operational staff, accounts, and environmental managers and can form the basis for further evaluation of energy reduction strategies and projects. A vast array of financial, operational and performance data can be made available via a secure web-enabled energy monitoring and targeting software suite, which can be installed locally or hosted remotely.
Results of implementing an energy monitoring information system typically can save 5 to 15% of annual energy costs and deliver additional benefits in terms of improved planning, processes and productivity. Endress+Hauser has a comprehensive range of measurement and control technology products, that can provide users with a modular and open system to objectively assess energy consumption and plant efficiency.
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