4 reasons to monitor your energy production
Increasing knowledge & control
Data from energy monitoring systems, once analyzed, accurately reflect energy production and overall infrastructure. This information allows quantification of potential savings and provides a snapshot of the installation’s financial situation.
a - Reducing operational cost
By prioritizing the use of renewable sources and maximizing solar penetration, organizations can reduce energy purchases from the grid or fossil fuels, leading to a general decrease in operational costs. Relevant KPIs, such as performance ratio, enable operators to compare actual energy production to ideal production. Monitoring a multi-energy site, including solar and diesel installations, helps track diesel generator usage, allowing for anticipatory maintenance.
b - Computing installation ROI
Easing maintenance, increasing reliability
Monitoring solutions like Elum’sdisplay site diagnostics by detecting equipment failures. Simple alarm configurations trigger custom email alerts, notifying operators of abnormal production drifts and reducing resolution time. The solution unifies the display of local equipment alarms in one dashboard, enhancing ease of maintenance and system reliability.
Supporting CSR objectives
Naturally, increasing solar penetration will reduce the consumption of fuels or electricity coming from the grid and further the emission of greenhouse gas and pollution.
Monitoring the effort spent on reducing carbon footprint can help organizations reach their CSR goals as well as being compliant with government targets. Companies able to justify their participation in the battle against global warming in tracking their carbon footprint and reducing C02 emission will be strongly legitimate. As well as reduce the country’s dependence on foreign sources.
Greening a company is a fantastic way to garner a positive image of the organization.
Implementing a solution such aswill be a key asset for your installation, in optimizing its overall performance.
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