All, Miscellaneous, Facility Management
Energy management is something so many companies struggle with. To understand how best to deploy resources and save electricity it helps to have a company like SILA come in and assess your needs and requirements. When energy use is controlled and monitored, you can conserve energy and save money. You will find a drop in your consumption and spending, which will benefit both your business, household and the environment.
With so much pressure to & go green and choose the more sustainable path, renewable energy management is a real concern. Finding the right partner to help you make this transition is the first and most important step in the process. However, before you take the plunge, why not try out these energy-saving tips that will hopefully save you money and energy!
By adopting a proactive and real-time system of data management and supervision, you can keep an eye on what going on each day. This will help you determine peaks in energy usage, areas of low efficiency, and preempt potential future issues. You can use your collected data to extrapolate and predict changes in demand as you move forward, and also manage for changes in load requirements.
An Energy Audit is a great way to help with your energy conservation and management This holistic assessment will point out inefficiencies, areas for improvement and where appliances need to be upgraded. At SILA, we are experts in this space as we conduct regular audits for several of our clients to keep their facilities running smoothly and at the lowest cost. Reach out to us to learn more about this!
One out outcome of an energy audit is that you’ll receive recommendations on which appliances are functioning efficiently and which ones should be replaced. Although the cost might seem high initially, the long-term savings make these swaps worth it. Certain appliances like water heaters can also be powered by solar energy, thereby being a more sustainable and affordable option.
We often forget that even things like washing machines and televisions need to be maintained. Sealing gaps in windows and doors, cleaning HVAC systems and regularly servicing larger appliances means that these will continue to function efficiently and more affordably. Keep in mind other things like unplugging appliances when not in use, maintaining room temperature in your space rather than very low temperatures and switching all your lights to LED or CFL to save energy at home.
At SILA, we are always looking for ways to help our clients operate in the most efficient manner, so reach out to us to see how we can help you save money!