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Energy management system

What is energy management

Energy management defined as the Proactive and organized process of monitoring , controlling , improving and conserving energy in building or organization


  • Commercial and Office Building
  • Residential buildings
  • Road Traffic Project
  • Industrial and Mining Enterprise
  • Educational and Medical Institution

Main Functions

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.

4.Tracking your progress by analyzing your meter data to see how well your energy-saving efforts have worked.

Why is it important?

1.Controlling and reducing energy consumption at your organization


it enables you to:

-Reduce costs – this is becoming increasingly important as energy costs rise.
-Reduce carbon emissions and the environmental damage that they cause – as well as the cost-related implications of carbon taxes and the like, your organization may be keen to reduce its carbon footprint to promote a green, sustainable image. Not least because promoting such an image is often good for the bottom line.
-Reduce risk – the more energy you consume, the greater the risk that energy price increases or supply shortages could seriously affect your profitability, or even make it impossible for your business/organization to continue. With energy management you can reduce this risk by reducing your demand for energy and by controlling it so as to make it more predictable.

2.System Continuity
-load shedding: that enables us to separate loads for certain periods with the survival of other loads running
This process will contribute to the system not being subjected to any separation
-Schedule maintenance:
Throw the EMS, schedules are made to show the maintenance time needed for existing equipment

How to best manage your energy consumption?

Almada Electric’s Energy Management solutions provide a full range of measurement instrumentation for energy monitoring, and devices for management control.

1.all interfaced with software which Collect data from all devices , and store them in data base .
2.Display the collected data and give you Clear reports in graphical pages or table .