“You can’t manage what you don’t measure,” goes the adage. This applies particularly well to the building sector where energy management is only as effective as the data collected and utilised. A clear overview of past versus current energy consumption is key to determining what actions are needed to optimise efficiency and cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Energinet is a self-learning, intuitive Energy Management Software (EnMS) system designed for professional building owners and utility companies. The web-based software is a complete energy, waste and environment management system that reduces energy consumption of buildings to minimum levels.
Automating reporting for specified needs, Energinet identifies what to measure, highlights whether more data points are needed, and compares past to current energy usage after specific actions are taken. This proactive energy management can reduce energy consumption up to 30 percent.
Customised to individual organisations, Energinet benchmarks energy efficiency against local or national energy efficiency standards. The solution identifies problems and recommends actions that give building owners the best payback on investment.
The ISO 50001-certified software is compatible with all third-party software systems. It features a dashboard with custom reporting and benchmarking, alerts for alarm handling, data imports, and support. It also includes a project management module that is easily integrated with administration, client communication and invoicing.
Energinet is the market leader in Norway and has customers in 16 countries. Designed for automated collection and analysis of energy, utility and waste management data, the software is available in 12 languages. The global energy management system market was valued at USD 6340 million in 2016, and is expected to register a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 14.8 per cent from 2017 to 2025, according to a recent market report.