Energy Management Systems are becoming a must for well-run, energy efficient buildings. In addition to the set point and night-setback features which can be handled by a programmable thermostat, an Energy Controls System can provide savings in many other ways including functions such as lighting and water temperatures.
Energy management systems are also often commonly used by individual commercial entities to monitor, measure, and control their electrical building loads.
Energy management systems can be used to centrally control devices like HVAC units and lighting systems across multiple locations, such as retail, grocery and restaurant sites.
Energy management systems can also provide metering, submetering, and monitoring functions that allow facility and building managers to gather data and insight that allows them to make more informed decisions about energy activities across their sites.