Digitalization strengthens the green opportunities

Energy optimisation.
The overlooked success.

The reality for non-digitalised energy management is made problematic by analogue, proprietary and offline work methods.

The process of reading and documenting energy data is hand-held and lacks transparency and analytical insight into the company’s energy consumption. Sound familiar?

Energy has become a junction for multiple mission-critical processes that energy officers are expected to deal with. You may be facing problems with wastage and over-consumption leading to rising energy costs and carbon emissions.

At the same time, companies have to tackle appreciable uncertainty and ever-increasing demands from society in general. Uncertainty concerning energy expenses and carbon taxation. An expectation for elevated business integrity in relation to geopolitical impact and the green agenda. As well as more stringent demands in legislation and directives for additional documentation of consumption, carbon emissions and goals.

In other words: the reality of analog energy management is complex, expensive, and difficult to manage. The good news is that there is help available, and the technology is ready. It only takes a decision and a few weeks of execution before you can start streamlining and consolidating your entire efforts on one platform.

A win-win scenario is when energy savings pay off the investment

Optimising energy consumption translates into major annual energy savings, lower costs and gains on carbon emissions and climate benefits.

You can save time and resources by automating time-consuming work processes such as meter reading and reporting. Savings in hard cash, stemming from lower energy consumption and less time spent on operation and administration. Last but not least, the energy savings repay the investment, with a typical payback period of 1-3 years.

And as an added bonus, you can reduce your carbon emissions, documented in an automated climate report for your reporting requirements – directly from the system. Real-time consumption data delivered as carbon data, too.

The buildings of the future are digital and net zero

With the emphasis on energy and awareness of carbon emissions. Energy management is run digitally and intelligently in an integrated solution, and is easy to communicate. Comprehensive reporting tools make it simple to understand and distribute data, and provide renewed insight into aspects such as climate impact.

Our goals are to provide companies with the tools they need to live up to the ideals of the future. To pave the way for energy efficiency as a climate differentiator and for reduced carbon emissions as a tangible climate KPI. And to enhance companies’ capacity to set climate targets and live up to regulatory obligations – with documentation and reports in a single, automated process.

Energy optimisation – the overlooked success

Energy efficiency is often referred to as a “first fuel” in the green transition. Transition begins with insight into your energy consumption and data. Energy Management has to do with process optimisation in the areas of operation and energy in buildings, production and transport. Digitalisation is the only solution to collecting data from your energy processes in a single place.

An EMS is an efficient tool for maintaining focus on energy consumption. When a company optimises energy consumption, the benefits are lower energy costs, reduced climate impact and enhanced competitiveness. At the same time, it provides the opportunity to intensify work with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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