Put Your Energy Data to Work for Smarter Usage and Accelerated Decarbonization

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by | Mar 21, 2023

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In recent years, the push for decarbonization has become increasingly important, and it is crucial that individuals and organizations take action to reduce their carbon footprint. One way to achieve this goal is by putting energy data to work for smarter usage and accelerated decarbonization.

Energy data refers to the information that is collected about energy consumption, usage patterns, and related metrics. By analyzing this data, individuals and organizations can gain insights into their energy usage and identify areas where they can improve efficiency and reduce waste. This helps lower energy costs, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and contributes to a more sustainable future.

What Can Companies Do Now, Do Today?

Identify Energy Hotspots

By collecting energy data, individuals and organizations can identify areas where energy is being used inefficiently. This could include identifying energy hotspots such as equipment or appliances that consume large amounts of energy or poorly insulated spaces. Once these hotspots are identified, steps can be taken to optimize energy usage and reduce waste.

Predictive Maintenance

Through analyzing energy data, predictive maintenance can be performed on equipment, reducing downtime and lowering maintenance costs. Predictive maintenance uses real-time data to identify potential issues before they occur and schedule maintenance accordingly. This saves money and reduces energy waste, as faulty equipment can consume more energy than necessary.

Optimize Energy Consumption

Energy data can be used to optimize energy consumption by identifying the most efficient times to use energy-intensive equipment. For example, energy data can be analyzed in a commercial building to determine the most efficient times to turn on lights, heating, and cooling systems. This can result in significant energy savings, reduce costs, and lower carbon emissions.

Monitor Renewable Energy Systems

As more individuals and organizations transition to renewable energy sources, energy data becomes even more critical. Energy data can be used to monitor renewable energy systems and ensure that they are operating at peak efficiency. This can help to maximize the benefits of renewable energy, reduce reliance on fossil fuels, and accelerate the transition to a carbon-neutral future.

Upcoming Webinar with Heila Technologies

On March 22, join Heila Technologies for an in-depth discussion on how facilities can harness the untapped power of data to eliminate the guesswork in improving their power systems and electricity consumption, including:

  • An overview of the complex energy challenges facing C&I facilities.
  • How to decode energy data to efficiently and optimally invest in your system as the grid ages and resiliency and sustainability become increasingly important with climate change.
  • Best practices for deploying strategic onsite distributed energy resources (DERs) to achieve energy goals, rebalancing as needed.
  • Real-world examples of how effective DER and microgrid investments can bring value to C&I facilities and evolve with their objectives.

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