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Energy Management System: Every Business Needs

Running a business requires a lot of resources and money. Your energy bill is one of the largest expenses you can incur. That is why an energy management system is vital to controlling the cost of running your business and saving money. Learn more from Tim Kyle Electric, your Cockeysville electrician.

What is an Energy Management System?

An energy management system reviews a business’ energy consumption and demand and provides insight on how to utilize energy efficiently. There are three main reasons an energy management system is important for your business: energy-use data, load shifting, and long-term planning.

An energy management system will first look at your consumption, peak demand, and when you may be going over demand. This data will be used to develop a plan to reduce consumption and save money without sacrificing your business output.

Once you have the data, you can see when you have “peak” times of energy use as well as “off-peak” times. By load shifting to “off-peak” times, you can spread out your energy usage. This in effect decreases the maximum level of your business’ energy demand. Load shifting saves money and is a more efficient use of resources.

Once you have the data analyzed and have determined what can be shifted, you can then develop a long-term plan to optimize efficiency. These long-term plans will include utilizing alternative energy sources, such as solar panels, to help carry the load during peak times.

Tim Kyle Electric: Cockeysville Electrician

Look no further if you have a project that calls for an expert in commercial electrical services. The experts at Tim Kyle Electric service commercial clients large and small to better serve everyone who needs professional electrical work taken care of. Since 1986, we’ve worked in cooperation with all trades to get the job done on time, on budget. Contact us today to learn more about our electrical services.

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