The need to conserve energy is of paramount importance considering fast depletion of non-renewable sources of energy. A sure way of doing this is by keeping track of energy consumption and ensuring that wastage of this precious resource is eliminated while consumption is raised to optimum levels.
Energy consumption got ingrained into the human psyche ever since the first international conference on the growing energy crisis was held in Australia on March 5, 1998. The conference, besides initiating a discussion on the looming energy crisis and exploring various possible solutions, called for a global campaign on energy efficiency. To ensure that the issue of energy preservation remains etched in human mind world-over, it was also decided to declare March 5 as the World Energy Efficiency Day.
Energy consumption is one of the main causes of climate change. With the rapid increase in population over the years, the use of energy has also been rising exponentially. What is galling, however, is the wastage of this precious resource. As per reports, more than 30 per cent of the total energy consumed in infrastructure is being wasted. That’s what makes the need for energy management solutions imperative.
- To ensure that the issue of energy preservation remains etched in human mind world-over, it was also decided to declare March 5 as the World Energy Efficiency Day.
- As per reports, more than 30 per cent of the total energy consumed in infrastructure is being wasted. That’s what makes the need for energy management solutions imperative.
- There were times when tracking energy consumption was rather fictional. Wrong billings, wastage of water and energy, electricity theft and security breaches were common occurrences.
- The Smart Prepaid Metering Solution offered by Xenius is not confined to only individual dwellings. With this, consumers can save energy for any kind of infrastructure with IBMS.
The main aim of implementing energy management solutions is to optimise energy consumption in infrastructure without, in any way, compromising on better living conditions and comforts that it provides to human beings. And one way to do that is to keep track of its rightful usage.
There were times when tracking energy consumption was almost unheard of. Wrong billings, wastage of water and energy, electricity theft and security breaches were common occurrences in our daily living. The modern technology has ensured that it’s no longer the case. With the adaptation of Cloud-based applications and Internet of Things (IoT), it is easy not only to track energy consumption but also save energy. The IoT solutions have seen a boom since the inception of conscious energy consumption tracking.
One of the by-products of these innovations is Smart Prepaid Metering Solution which keeps track of the consumers’ day-to-day energy consumption on their mobile phone on a real-time basis, through a secure smart data network. It is an intelligent system which tracks the maximum demand (MD) of the consumer’s household or office complex. The moment the electricity consumption crosses the maximum demand, it automatically cuts off the power supply to save the consumer from hefty penalties, thus saving both, the money and the energy.
The Smart Prepaid Metering Solution offered by Xenius is not confined to only individual dwellings. With this, consumers can save energy for any kind of infrastructure with Intelligent Building Management Solution (IBMS). Optimising and functioning of building facilities has been made convenient and much more efficient by this revolutionary offering. .
With the rapid increase of digitalisation in human lives and concerted efforts towards sustainability, the world is fast shifting towards renewable sources of energy and optimised usage of non-renewable sources. The concepts of Smart Cities and Smart Grids are gaining momentum among all governments. All this has become paramount as the as the future of mankind depends on how efficiently we utilise our energy resources. Since non-renewable sources of energy are depleting at an alarming rate, it is essential to utilise the available resources efficiently by keeping track of consumption.