Evolving technology is giving energy and facility managers so many opportunities to manage all their locations that it is hard for them to keep up. Many hold the mistaken belief that they have to have huge budgets to get their hands on an excellent building management system, or they think they cannot even consider the option until they upgrade old facilities. The problem is, neither of these is true, and IT IS COSTING THEM MONEY NOW.
Energy and Smart Building Industry Blog
For many businesses, controlling energy spend is rooted in simple cost management techniques and broad price reduction. But as regulatory pressures increase, costs rise, consumer pressures intensify, and carbon footprint tariffs emerge. This means that finding ways to dynamically reduce energy spend via technology can be a critical driver of organizational success.
There is a lot of confusion around Enterprise Energy Management (EEM) - people are unsure what it is and what it costs. For a look a general look at what EEM is, please see our article Enterprise Energy Management vs Building Control Systems. This post will dive into associated costs.