Energy Management
 

The evolution of automatic building control began in the 1880s. The first innovation was a bimetal- Based thermostat with a hand-wound Spring-powered motor which controlled space temperature by adjusting a draft damper on a coal-fired furnace or boiler.

In 1890, the first pneumatic powered control became available.

Today, automated energy control has become a standard practice. Virtually all nonresidential buildings have automatic controllers with a computer as the central processor. These systems are called Energy Management Systems (EMS), Energy Management Control Systems (EMCS) or Building Automation Systems (BAS).

Today's building owners and facility managers must regularly address the issue of computerized energy management- Assessing existing systems, specifying and commissioning new systems, evaluating service contract options, or optimizing EMS operations.

Continuously advancing technology, combined with the dynamic nature of today's buildings, makes decision making more complicated for building owners.

 

 

Technomark ECC is joining hands with Energy Management solution providers to improve heating issues, ventilation, air-conditioning (HVAC), Electrical and lighting and for reducing energy use.

Having joint venture with global players, Technomark ECC has its Corporate Social Responsibility to extend its share in energy saving practice.

Technomark ECC has 7 steps to Energy efficiency management which are as follows:

• Evaluating an existing Energy Management System
• Specifying and selecting a New Energy Management System
• Commissioning New Energy Management System
• Service Contracts for Energy Management System
• Strategies for Optimization using EMS for Operational Diagnostic
• Non-Energy Control Application

 

 

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