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What is Real-Time Energy Management?

Real-Time Energy Management (RTEM) refers to the practice of using real-time data and advanced technologies to optimize energy consumption and improve energy efficiency in various settings. This concept is often applied to commercial buildings, industrial facilities, or even smart grids.

The key features of Real-Time Energy Management typically include:

  1. Real-time data collection: Utilizing sensors, meters, and IoT (Internet of Things) devices to gather data on energy usage, environmental conditions, occupancy patterns, and other relevant parameters.

  2. Data analysis and monitoring: Processing the collected data in real-time to identify energy consumption patterns, potential inefficiencies, and opportunities for optimization.

  3. Energy optimization: Implementing automated or semi-automated systems to adjust energy-consuming devices, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems, lighting, and other equipment to reduce energy waste while maintaining comfort and productivity.

  4. Demand response: Integrating with demand response programs that allow organizations to adjust their energy consumption during peak demand periods or in response to grid conditions, often with financial incentives.

  5. Predictive analytics: Utilizing historical data and machine learning algorithms to forecast future energy consumption and plan proactive measures to optimize energy usage.

  6. Energy reporting and feedback: Providing real-time feedback and reports to stakeholders, including building owners, facility managers, and occupants, to raise awareness about energy consumption and promote sustainable practices.

Real-Time Energy Management can lead to significant cost savings, reduced carbon footprint, and better utilization of energy resources. It also contributes to sustainability goals and aligns with the broader efforts to combat climate change and improve overall energy efficiency.

Design & Installation

We are well versed in the installation, service and rehabilitation of Direct Digital Controls (DDC), pneumatic as well as various electric/electronic temperature control systems. We are Johnson Controls factory trained for DDC, electronic controls including Variable Frequency Drives (VFD/VSD) and pneumatic controls installation, commissioning and service.

Our main focus is installing and servicing Johnson Controls Facility Explorer DDC Energy Management Systems in retrofit applications and/or new construction. We have engineered, installed, programmed, commissioned and optimized hundreds of these systems. System surveys, design or retrofit consultations and detailed test/inspect services are also available.

The Facility Explorer product allows the end-user to monitor and control an array of equipment (via BACnet, LON, MODBUS, etc.) through a common web-based graphical interface, the Niagra Ax Framework. Our system programmers are Tridium Niagra AX certified.

All new work is backed by a one-year guarantee on all materials and labor.

Service & Maintenance

Custom-tailored service contracts are available and are normally offered toward the end of the guarantee period on new installations. Often the focus of these contracts is on the various (DDC, pneumatic, etc…) energy management systems, which helps the service to pay for itself in energy savings.

We carry an extensive inventory of DDC, electronic, electric and pneumatic controls. We also stock and sell many hard-to-find repair parts.