Energy Monitoring

Effective Energy Monitoring requires monitoring energy consumption and Distributed Energy Resources and reconciling to the grid.

Energy Monitoring - Energy Consumption

Effective Energy Monitoring of consumption consistes of: identification of peak demand; single and multiple metering using physical and logical meters; Key Value Pair (KVP) reporting of energy and demand per unit time; alarms and alerts; and user administration management.

Consumption Load Curves

Energy Monitoring - Consumption Load Curve

Demand side monitoring displays both energy (kWh) and Demand (kW) based on user selected date and time range.  The Load Curve also displays peak demand, and time of occurrence for the range selected.

Baselines

Energy Monitoring - BaselinesBaselines permit the user a visual view of energy comparisons over time based on user projected energy output over a one year period.  The baseline allows the user to compare energy reduction project performance, as well as project new energy demands due to new equipment installations, work rules changes, or other efforts to reduce energy costs.

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Energy Monitoring - Distributed Energy Resources

DER Output presents numerous views in graphical and tabular format including: Energy and Power, DER Output Profile, Weather, Alarms and Alerts, and User Admin Management. Whether you're monitoring solar, wind, storage (batteries) or other distributed energy resource, self-generation is a critical component of your overall composite load curve.

DER Output

Energy Monitoring - DER Output

DER Generation displays both energy (kWh) and Power (kW) based on user selected date and time ranges.

Weather

Energy Monitoring - Weather

Weather is a crucial factor in gaining insight into energy costs, and isolating for weather factors contributes to more accurate assessments of demand peaks.

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