No Single Energy Management System Meets All Needs, Study Finds
Multiple factors are driving the need for companies to better manage their purchase and use of energy in their businesses. These include (1) large energy consumption and its relationship to utility peak usage, (2) pressure to reduce carbon emissions, and (3) the desire to identify energy savings opportunities. With these varied goals, the term “energy management” can refer to anything from the procurement of electricity, to utility bill analysis, to the implementation of a building management system, according to Groom Energy’s report “2013 Enterprise Smart Grid, with a Corporate Buyers’ Guide for Energy Management Software,” which offers recommendations for managers.
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