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Load Shedding is Vital to Reduce Demand Peaks by Utilities

Many companies are noticing that demand costs are rising due to utilities having to pay higher distribution charges by the electricity suppliers. Many companies are doing  load shedding to reduce demand usage by installing demand controllers by EG Energy Controls. … Continue reading

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Every good business owner or manager will always be alert for ways to save their company money.

One of the highest expenditures a company will be consistently faced with on a monthly basis is their energy bill; and with energy rates rising annually, doing energy monitoring in this area would seem to be a desirable, if unlikely … Continue reading

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Energy Management Systems Reduce Energy Costs for Stores

Electricity supply is fundamental in all business and production processes, such as in department stores where they are expected to maintain their lighting, cash registers and other equipment that are critical to store operation. However, in order to make sure … Continue reading

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What Makes a Good Energy Management System?

As financial resources become tighter, financial decision makers are required to manage the company’s’ budget even more effectively. Now more than ever, corporations are seeing the need to optimize their facilities. Still one of the most crucial areas is that … Continue reading

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What is Energy Management?

“Energy Management System” is a term that has a number of meanings, but we’re mainly concerned with the one that relates to saving energy in businesses, public-sector/government organizations, and homes: The energy-saving meaning When it comes to energy saving, energy … Continue reading

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Energy Conservation for Companies

31% of all electricity in the United States is used to run commercial buildings. This rate continues to rise as companies add new office equipment. Energy use for office equipment is expected to rise by 500% in the next decade. … Continue reading

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Load Shedding based on Programmable Logic Controller

With a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) scheme, load shedding is initiated based on the total load versus the number of generators online and/or detection of under-frequency conditions. Each substation PLC is programmed to initiate a trip signal to the appropriate … Continue reading

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