ENERGY
MANAGEMENT
SYSTEMS

EMS OVERVIEW

As a key subsection of BMS (Building Management Systems), the aim of an Energy Management System is to optimise buildings by focusing on the automation and monitoring of energy consuming devices.  An EMS reduces both energy consumption and high costs, while improving performance, efficiency, and overall awareness.

EMS BENEFITS

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

Ultimately, the end goal of an Energy Management System is to improve energy efficiency. This is done through evaluation, monitoring, and automation. Our system can measure high consumption facilities and custom build solutions to reduce them.

COST SAVINGS

When energy consumption is reduced, costs are automatically reduced too. By making energy systems become more effiecient, bills are decreased and maintainance occurs less often thanks to a smaller amount of strain placed on the facilities.

EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT

By automating energy facilities, an EMS streamlines management and reduces the amount of time employees spend managing those facilities. Employees can view the building’s energy use, and make adjustments immediately and easily.

WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOU

SI Systems has teamed up with some of the world’s leading energy measurement and management equipment manufacturers in order to create cutting-edge custom solutions to make your business more energy efficient. Power-hungry systems are easily identified through our centralized BMS’s which report on high yield energy consumption facilities. These reports can then be used stimulate initiatives, such as cost justification to invest in more energy efficient systems, whilst simultaneously promoting the awareness of energy efficiency throughout the organisation.

We can accurately measure the energy consumption of various electromechanical facilities, as well as then automate the control and monitoring processes of those facilities. The aim of every custom-built solution we implement is to ensure continuous improvement in your building’s energy efficiency.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY KEY POINTS
  • Economizer control
  • Remote shut down
  • Equipment cycling
  • Scheduled-based heating, ventilation and cooling control (HVAC)
  • Customizable & comprehensive energy usage reports
  • Electrical demand limiting
  • Outside air reduction
  • Automated equipment scheduling
  • Leakage or left on limitations
  • Occupancy-based environmental controls
  • Optimal start/stop