Energy Management Control Systems

Energy management control systems are computerized controls designed to regulate the energy consumption of a building. They do this by controlling the HVAC, lighting, and water heating systems. The systems are capable of monitoring environmental and system loads, and adjusting building operations to optimize the energy usage. An energy management control system can help lower energy consumption by up to 15%.

Benefits of Energy Management Control Systems:
  • Improves the organization's energy, maintenance, and operation costs
  • Incorporates automated demand response cabilities
  • Helps the organization comply with energy efficiency and emission-reduction goals