Remote Energy Management (REM) system

Thursday, 29 September, 2011 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric has released an online energy management system, Remote Energy Management (REM). REM provides facilities and building managers with a simple, cost-effective, web-based tool to monitor, measure and reduce energy consumption across multiple sites around the world. It easily integrates with a building’s existing or new energy meters and is designed to identify where corrective actions could be taken to reduce energy and carbon emissions and decrease costs.

The system uses simple metering technology to achieve savings through power inefficiencies as well as identifying the best rates available from energy providers in the region. Real-time data is uploaded to a centrally hosted online portal for building and facilities managers to access anytime, from anywhere in the world.

It does not require any capital investment in software or servers, and is delivered as an operational ‘pay as you use’ system. This means building owners and operators can achieve total visibility of all energy use without any investment up front.

The service sits on top of any existing building management system and is designed to help building managers make informed decisions based on their actual energy usage to: monitor the consumption of water, gas, electricity and steam; report on cost-saving opportunities by tracking the best energy rates in the region, to identify where energy can be decreased without impacting operations; estimate actual cost of energy usage and verify the accuracy of energy bills; track and report on CO2 emissions and set emission targets; create schedules for sending energy usage reports and updates via email; and set up alarm thresholds, and receive alarms via email or mobile phone.

Phone: 02 9125 8000
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