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Energy Monitoring and Sustainability: Why?

It's essential to 'measure' to salvage what can be saved!

Anyone who thinks sustainability is merely a path paved with words and good intentions is profoundly mistaken.

True sustainability involves:

  • Action,

  • Operationality,

  • Measurement,

  • Practice,

  • Efficient management of real situations.

To make informed decisions, avoiding choices based solely on instincts, and to not be caught off guard by today's rapid changes, it's intelligent (even fundamental) to have sufficient elements available to analyze and understand the company's situation.

When we talk about 'sufficient elements,' we mean measurable data and information that allow for description, analysis, and understanding of a situation.

What does this mean in a company's daily life?

It means collecting a large amount of data and systematically processing it to identify and act on critical issues, seize opportunities, identify areas for improvement, and act accordingly.

Companies need more information to analyze the situation and make real-time decisions. This information must be valuable and represented in a personalized way through an intuitive interface, according to each company's needs.

But why is this so 'necessary'?

Let's consider some specific situations.

For instance, reducing energy consumption based solely on bills is nearly impossible. The information isn't detailed enough to understand which machinery is consuming too much, what could be turned off, modified, or even replaced.

Often, companies have digital data collection systems that aren't compatible with each other or can't communicate with management software. This requirement is crucial for compliance with Industry 4.0.

Therefore, what a company needs for improvement, efficiency, and automation is:

  • Real-time collection of specific data, even at the plant or individual machine level.

  • Transforming data into usable information, such as numbers, ranges, indicators, intuitive graphs, easily analyzed to genuinely assist in the decision-making process.

  • Facilitating communication between energy data and other data within the same platform to create sustainability indicators useful as inputs for other complex analyses, such as the organization's carbon footprint, energy diagnoses, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) studies for evaluating the environmental impacts of products or services.

Thanks to our multifunctional IoT platform OnSystem and the intuitive, personalized Web-Based interface, supported by our team of engineers who continuously enhance its effectiveness and assist in platform usage, we can consider ourselves true temporary energy managers for companies.

Environmental data, energy data, and production data intertwine and intersect based on each company's specific needs.

With the array of data collected by our system, it's possible to go beyond mere optimization and work on defining concrete environmental improvement goals and an overall strategy for ecological transition.

To be sustainable requires will and determination. The tools to achieve this and the skills to acquire are available, concrete, and directly applicable to any business reality.

How to save what can be saved?

Start immediately to consume less energy and turn off everything that isn't necessary!

What are we waiting for?

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