Energy management systems (EMS) can help your facility become more efficient by putting you in control. An EMS controls the building environment, operates various equipment based on a prescribed sequence of operations, monitors equipment performance and sends out alarms and alerts. A properly installed and maintained EMS can result in energy savings of 10 to 30 percent.Key Points
- Energy management systems (EMS) monitor conditions and control energy-consuming equipment.
- System designs range from single-point control devices to complex, facility-wide systems.
- With an EMS, you can control lighting, space conditioning and manufacturing process equipment.
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