Operational Energy Management
From human behaviour to software faults and less-than-efficient hardware, many factors contribute to potential energy wastage in commercial buildings – unless they are regularly monitored and expertly analysed.
That’s where Operational Energy Management (OEM) comes in – a set of technologies and processes that identify anomalies as they occur, analyse the cause and report back to the building manager to have them rectified.
OEM works by converting a building’s data into actionable items. Our dedicated team of OEM experts aim to address this energy wastage and ensure every building we monitor is fully optimised.
Here are some additional resources to help improve your business’ energy efficiencies:
Administered by the Department of Industry and Science, A Fair Deal on Energy website is a national joint initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments. It supports the implementation of energy efficiency practices and shares best-practice information on energy efficiency, case studies and resource materials from Australia and overseas.
AIG’s (Australian Industry Group) series of short videos features energy efficiency, optimisation and management as well as an energy calculator.
The NSW government’s Energy Saver program helps businesses identify energy-saving opportunities, access funding and assists with project management and training.
Victoria’s Energy Upgrades Program (formerly the Energy Efficiency Target or VEET scheme) is designed to make energy efficiency improvements more affordable, contribute to greenhouse gas reduction and encourages investment in energy efficiency goods and services.
Energy efficiency information, advice and programs from the SA government.