What is Energy Management?
The energy-saving meaning
When it comes to energy saving, energy management is the process of monitoring, controlling, and conserving energy in a building or organization.
Typically, this involves the following steps:
1. Metering your energy consumption and collecting the data.
2. Finding opportunities to save energy and estimating how much energy each opportunity could save. You would typically analyze your meter data to find and quantify routine energy waste, and you might also investigate the energy savings that you could make by replacing equipment (e.g. lighting) or by upgrading your building’s insulation.
3. Taking action to target the opportunities to save energy (i.e. tackling the routine waste and replacing or upgrading the inefficient equipment). Typically, you’d start with the best opportunities first.
The above four-step process applies either way – it’s entirely up to you whether you consider energy-saving measures that involve buying new equipment or upgrading building fabric.
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