Energy efficiency boosts the bottom line
Reduce costs with energy efficiency solutions
Efficient energy consumption means competitive energy cost
Controlled energy usage through efficiency solutions smooths out energy consumption and demand. We help you identify improvements for predictable energy demand and have leverage in reducing your energy costs.
The Smart Energy Approach
Maximise cost reduction, revenue generation and regulatory compliance
Optimise significant energy demands
If your business relies on significant energy demand for air conditioning, coolroom refrigeration, lighting, or other high usage power requirements, reducing consumption and avoiding peak load spikes through efficiency solutions will cut costs by up to 50% without impacting energy supply.
Reduce Maintenance and repair costs
Undetected faults and failures in minor components such as a thermostat or relay can double or treble consumption. Building and Asset Tuning monitors usage and enables you to identify issues to avoid power wastage and significant damage to equipment.
Save avoidable cost with live monitoring
Our cloud-based ongoing monitoring system provides in time reporting for multiple sites and 24/7 access for live assistance. With customisable features you have visibility and control to monitor energy usage and save burning money through inefficient energy usage.
Efficient energy is good for business and good for the planet
Efficient energy solutions help your business thrive with lower costs, less waste, with less impact on the planet and the communities your business serves. Efficient energy consumption is more than a cost saving, it’s also preserving our planet for future generations.
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